The decision of whether to incorporate a new company in British Columbia depends on the goals of the organization and the needs of the individuals involved (often called principals). If you have questions about whether or not to incorporate, ask an expert and seek legal advice.
When forming a corporation in British Columbia, the owners transfer money, property, or services to the corporation in exchange for shares. The owners of these shares are shareholders.
You can buy and sell shares of a corporation without affecting the corporation’s existence. A corporation continues to exist unless it winds up, amalgamates, or gives up its charter for reasons such as bankruptcy.
You set up a corporation in British Columbia by completing articles of incorporation and filing an incorporation application with the BC Registries Office.
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Why should I incorporate?
One of the most frequently asked questions by entrepreneurs starting a new business is: “Should I incorporate?” The answer to this question is usually: “That depends on your particular situation and your particular needs.” Among the factors to consider in making this decision are the benefits of incorporating (versus operating the business as a sole proprietorship or partnership) and the implications that incorporation may have for the business.
Benefits of incorporating
- Separate legal entity
- Limited liability
- Lower corporate tax rates
- Greater access to capital
- Continuous existence
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British Columbia Incorporation Fees:
Our British Columbia Incorporation Service includes:
- British Columbia Name Search Report
- Preparation of Articles of Incorporation and Incorporation Documents
- British Columbia Incorporation Agreement
- British Columbia By-Laws, Company Minute Book, Share Certificates
- British Columbia Canada Registered Agent Service for 1 year
- British Columbia Government Fees
- Our Service Fees
- Original Certificates
- Copy of Documents in PDF