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Incorporation (Alberta)

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Many people prefer to carry on business as a corporation.

A corporation is a legal entity separate in law from its owners. The corporation is owned by "shareholders" through their ownership of "shares" of the corporation.

Consult with your lawyer and accountant for legal, tax and accounting advice about setting up an incorporation.


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Incorporation (Alberta)

The Alberta Incorporation Package allows you to create a new, for-profit corporation. The corporation will be registered with the Government of Alberta. The Alberta Incorporation Package provides a simple, straightforward and flexible way to incorporate your business.

If you already have an Alberta incorporation and you need to file your corporation's annual return, change your corporate address, or change your corporation's directors or those directors' addresses, then see: Corporate Services (Alberta).

See also: What are the advantages of incorporating?

See also: Corporate Name Search
See also: Corporate Agreements and Forms

See also: Incorporation (British Columbia), Incorporation (Ontario), Incorporation (Saskatchewan), Incorporation (Federal).



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