When speaking of Articles of Incorporation, clients are generally looking to do one of two things; Either register new Articles of Incorporation or obtain a copy of their existing Articles of Incorporation.
When it comes to registering new Articles of Incorporation or acquiring existing ones, it's important to consider using a service company that is quick and user-friendly. Ontario Business Central can provide these services promptly, in addition to assisting throughout the process. We offer same day service for new incorporations and a 3-5 day turnaround to obtain copies of existing Articles of Incorporation.
Are you ready to take the next step with your business and incorporate it? If you have been steadily growing your business and are now prepared to take it to the next level by becoming a corporation, let Ontario Business Central aid you in your new business venture. Your first step is to complete your Articles of Incorporation.
Once incorporated, your business name is protected and your business is recognized as a separate entity under the eyes of the law. You'll also reap tax benefits and help to keep shareholders from having any personal liability to the company.
It only takes 3 to 5 minutes to fill in the application with us online. Our team of expert staff will start correspondence with you within hours to set up your new incorporated company either with the Ontario or Federal government.
If a business owner loses or misplaces their Articles of Incorporation, they will need to order a copy. With the click of a button, a few minutes of your time, you can easily submit your order through Ontario Business Central to obtain a copy of the Articles of Incorporation for your business. At Ontario Business Central, we aim to make this process as quick and hassle-free for you as possible.
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Ontario Business Central Inc. is not a law firm and cannot provide a legal opinion or advice. This information is to assist you in understanding the requirements of registration within the chosen jurisdiction. It is always recommended, when you have legal or accounting questions that you speak to a qualified professional.