Federal incorporation is one option for incorporating a new business. The other option is provincial incorporation. There are benefits to both approaches. If you don’t have a solid understanding of the two options and what benefits and limitations exist with each, it is advisable that you work with a business lawyer who is experienced in […]Read More Federal Incorporation
Incorporate your business with an experienced lawyer to ensure all paperwork is accurate and ensure your business is structured properly to protect you and for tax purposes. Your lawyer will walk you through the process and ask questions to ensure all your bases are covered. This is part one in a series on business incorporation […]Read More Ready to Incorporate Your Business?
Small business, gig workers, freelancers, solopreneurs – they are all increasing as people realize they aren’t satisfied in their day job, or they need to earn some extra income. Often a small business thinks they can’t afford legal services, or they are concerned they will be a small fish in a big pond, and be […]Read More Small Business Legal Overview Infographic
Incorporate your business? Yes! Learn why. Higher than ever costs of living have led many Canadians to consider creative ways to keep up with inflation and maintain financial security. In turn, the pandemic has brought upon us a new wave of entrepreneurship as more Canadians than ever before look to take advantage of both more […]Read More Why Incorporate Your Business?
Contingency plans are a must in business. Plan for the best but always be prepared with an action plan in case of the worst. A shareholder and/or partnership agreement is what protects you in the event that things don’t work out with partners or shareholders. Both the shareholder and partnership agreement address any issues related […]Read More What are Shareholder and Partnership Agreements?