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Incorporate your business right.

Talk to a lawyer about your goals and have them register your corporation on your behalf.

$540 (+ government fees + tax)

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Incorporate with confidence.

Incorporating through Goodlawyer means getting it done right the first time. Get the guidance you need to set your business up for longterm success.

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Why book an Incorporation?

Because your business is going places.

Incorporating correctly from the outset can mean less liability and improved access to investment and financing down the road. Trust us, it's cheaper to do it right the first time.

Limit your personal liability.

Corporations are considered separate legal entities that operate independently from their owners. If the company ever gets sued or goes under, your personal assets can be protected.

Reduce your tax burden.

Corporations pay less tax than you do personally. If you're growing your business, a corporate vehicle will allow you to leave more money in the company and out of the hands of the tax man.

What's covered in an Incorporation?

Talk with a lawyer to ensure that incorporating is right for you and your business. If all systems are go, your lawyer will file your papers and let you prepare for launch.

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Your Incorporation

1. The Right Business Structure

Your lawyer will learn about your goals to ensure that incorporation is the right business vehicle. For most growing companies it is.

2. Registration

Don't worry about submitting the wrong documents. Your lawyer will handle everything on your behalf and ensure that the registration process is quick and painless.

3. Name Search and Reservation

If you have a specific name that you want to incorporate with, your lawyer can help you search the corporate registry and reserve it.

4. Initial Share Structure

Name your directors and distribute ownership of the corporation so that the right people are in the right roles within the business.

How do Incorporations work?

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1. Book a kick-off call

Pick a time to discuss your future corporation with a business lawyer.

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2. Set up your corporation

Send your lawyer the information they need to file your incorporation.

3. Get reporting package

Receive all of the documents you need to maintain your corporation.

Book an Incorporation

The fastest and easiest way to set your business up for success.

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