Our company incorporates Ontario Corporations in 30 minutes to 2 business hours.
Registration of a corporation in Ontario protects you against personal liability for business debts and obligations and brings other important benefits.
Ontario Incorporation Packages
|Certificate of Incorporation|
|Articles of Incorporation|
|Ontario Government Fee|
|Electronic filing the incorporation documents with the appropriate government department|
|Monitoring and information support of the incorporation process|
|FREE business consultations (phone and email)|
|Form 1 Initial Return|
|Directors and Shareholders Organizational Resolutions issuing shares, electing directors, appointing officers, confirming By-Law, etc.|
|Minute Book with Registers & Ledgers|
|Shares Certificates||One per Shareholder|
|Attaché Case with Corporate Name engraved on brass plate|
|Via email in PDF format|
|Electronic Filing Fee||$60.00||$60.00||$60.00|
Total including HST
You will receive the Certificate of Incorporation and Articles of Incorporation in PDF format via email within 2 business hours. Upon receiving of these documents your corporation is ready for business and to open a corporate bank account.
The following additional services are available with each package:
NUANS Report, is required in order to be a named corporation
Import/Export Account Registration
Ontario incorporation is recommended when your businesses permanent establishments are located in Ontario. For example, you are planning to open a retail store in Ontario and your corporate office is in Ontario. Please be advised that each Ontario corporation may conduct business with customers located in Ontario and outside of Ontario including outside of Canada.
If you are unsure if a Federal or Ontario Corporation is more beneficial for your business, please read about the differences between an Ontario and Federal Incorporation.
Please note our company does not provide legal and tax advice.
We recommend you to seek a professional advice from a lawyer or accountant, who is authorized to practice in your province before incorporating a company.