There are a number of advantages to incorporating your business. Whether you are starting a new business or if you have an existing sole proprietorship or partnership arrangement, you should consider the advantages of incorporating. The advantages of incorporating include:

1. Limited Liability. The liability of the shareholders of a corporation is limited to the amount of their equity investment. As a shareholder, you are not liable for the debts and other obligations of the corporation.

2. Raising Capital & Corporate Finance. A corporation offers its owners access to a wide variety of capital and financing opportunities. Various classes of shares can be created: Voting, Non-Voting and Preferred Shares. In addition, debt instruments such as bonds and convertible debentures may be issued. These give shareholders and lenders different rights and obligations and these can be adjusted to provide investment incentives to reflect the degree of risk inherent in the investment.

3. Perpetual Existence. A corporation is considered a separate "person" or legal entity. It will exist apart from its shareholders, directors and officers and will not be affected by their death or retirement. The corporation may itself own property, assume liabilities, enter into contracts and sue or be sued.

4. Transfer of Control. Control of a corporation can be transferred or sold through the transfer of the voting shares of the corporation.

5. Tax Advantages. There are tax incentives and advantages available to corporations. These include lower income tax rates, research & development credits, government grants, etc. In fact, as of , Canadian-controlled private corporations claiming the small business deduction, have a net tax rate of only 11% on the first $300,000 in income. Unlike a corporation, a sole proprietorship or business name registration does not qualify for this low tax rate. The income of the sole proprietorship or business name registration is taxable to the individual that owns it.

6. Credibility & Prestige. Incorporation gives your business credibility and prestige. In particular, federal incorporation is often considered a sign of distinction. Companies incorporated under Canadian federal law receive global recognition as Canadian companies.

7. Heightened name protection. The federal government in Canada applies very tough tests before granting a federal company the right to use a particular name. When a company's name is approved, it's protected across the country - a status second only to trade-mark protection.

8. Federal incorporation is actually cheaper and faster than incorporating in Ontario or any other Canadian province. And it is not more expensive to maintain a federal corporation than it is to maintain a provincial corporation.

Please note our price guarantee current as of : If within 30 days of incorporating you find a faster process and lower price for comparable service, we will match the price.


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Our customers love our services. Here are some example of what they say:

"I have known Chris Koressis and Koressis Legal since 2004. Chris incorporated my company, Mercer-MacKay Solutions Inc. several years ago for a flat fee of $895. There were no surprises or hidden costs. Everything was included and my company was incorporated quickly. Chris Koressis has since gone on to help with other legal services for a corporation, necessary as my company grew in size, again with no surprises - always sound, practical advice designed to protect me. I recently started a new venture and Chris has been there again through the incorporation process. I have been thrilled with the service and advice he provides."

Gail Mercer-MacKay, President, Mercer-MacKay Solutions Inc.

"I am an Ontario lawyer and used the Koressis Legal online service on TheLegalNet.com to incorporate a company for one of my friends. As a lawyer, I know that the flat fee of $895 is a good deal because it includes the legal work involved to determine the best choice of name for a company as well as the preparation of all pre and post-incorporation documents such as corporate by-laws, corporate resolutions, and shareholder agreements."

Elissa Ferrari, LL.B., Barrister & Solicitor

Please start by completing the form below. Tell us the name that you would like to use for the company and we will do the rest. Our unique process takes less than five minutes of your time and a company is typically incorporated within 24 to 48 hours if the name you choose is available. We will search up to three additional names if your first choice is not available AND advise you on the best choice under applicable laws - NO EXTRA CHARGE - NO HIDDEN FEES

During the incorporation process, you may speak to an experienced, trusted and reliable Canadian business lawyer Chris Koressis at anytime by calling 416.720.1624 or you can email him at chris.koressis@koressis.com

Our fee of $895 covers everything you need to incorporate properly. The services are performed by an experienced Toronto business lawyer and the fee is the lowest in the industry. Don't be misled by competing offers that do not include all needed services. Other companies may quote you an initial low fee and then charge you extra for the additional services that you need to properly carry on business. Those additional services could end up costing you $1500 and more! Our fee is all-inclusive because it is subsidiaized by Koressis Legal . Please note our price guarantee current as of : If within 30 days you find a faster process and lower price for comparable service, we will match the price and give you $200 for your trouble.

We guarantee the payment process is safe and secure. Our Toronto business lawyer, Chris Koressis, has performed a legal audit on our payment process to ensure it complies with the law and all reasonable standards.

You cannot do better than incorporating with TheLegalNet™ -
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