A key legal decision in starting or growing your business is choosing the business structure that’s right for you. If you incorporate, you’ll need to decide whether to incorporate provincially, under the relevant province’s incorporation legislation, or federally. There are differences between the two, and between individual provinces / territories, each with pros and cons.
Here are five key considerations to discuss with your legal team to help you make that decision.
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McInnes Cooper’s Entrepreneurial Services Team lawyers have experience providing the quality legal services that innovative and high growth start-ups at all stages need to get off the ground and continue to grow.