Register for Business #, GST, Payroll ... Accounts
You need a business number if you incorporate or need a CRA program account.
Each CRA program account has its own rules and requirements about when you need to register.
The most common CRA program accounts a business may need are:
- GST/HST (RT), if your business collects GST/HST
- Payroll deductions (RP), if your business pays employees
- Corporation income tax (RC), if your business is incorporated
Request for a Business Number / Program Accounts
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What is a Minute Book?
A minute book is a binder or case that keeps all of your corporation’s legal records neatly organized, including the documentation acquired during your company’s online incorporation.
It is required by law to maintain an updated minute book once you have filed for incorporation.
LawDepot can help you stay organized throughout the incorporation process by sending you a physical minute book to use for your corporate forms and papers, or you can choose to receive a digital copy that you can download or print from our site immediately after your business is incorporated. If you need to open a bank account, the Digital copy can be printed and used before your Physical copy arrives.
Most businesses request a minute book at the time of incorporation to avoid preparing one personally at a later date.
What is included in LawDepot’s Minute Book?
- Articles of Incorporation
- Corporate Bylaws
- Minutes/Resolutions of Organizational Meetings
- Minutes/Resolutions of Shareholder and Director meetings
- Share Subscriptions
- Consents and Ledgers
- Copies of any and all forms filed with the government on behalf of the corporation
- Ledgers of directors, officers, shareholders and share transfers