Alberta Incorporation Kit

This is intended for a Canadian audience.

ISBN: 978-1-55180-619-8

Number of pages: 120

Incorporating your small business can be an expensive process if you use a lawyer. Do it yourself with this guide and forms kit, and save some serious money!

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  • Incorporate your business, all by yourself
  • No lawyer required
  • Save hundreds of dollars in legal fees
  • It’s 100% legal and easy!

The kit contains an easy-to-use guide that will show you the steps you will take to incorporate, and it contains all the neeeded forms specific to the laws of Alberta. The guide includes useful discussions on legal and business strategies that will help to get your corporation off to a great start. It leads you through each step in the incorporation process, and answers any questions you might have along the way, including:

  • What are the benefits of incorporating?
  • How do I choose a corporate name?
  • How do I change a company name?
  • How do I issue shares?
  • What are the Articles of Incorporation?
  • What are the fees for incorporation?
  • How do I transfer assets into a corporation?
  • What meetings must the corporation hold?
  • Who can be a director or officer?
  • What annual reports must I file?

All forms are included both in paper form and on the CD-ROM so consumers can complete the forms in the manner that is most convenient for them. The forms on the CD-ROM are available in MS Word and PDF formats. This kit also includes four preprinted Share Certificates.

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Publication Date Apr 14, 2005
Market Canada
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Edition First Edition
Pages 120
Size 8-3/8 x 10-7/8
ISBN 978-1-55180-619-8
Library Sales? Not available to libraries.
UPC 069635806197
About the CD The CD works with all versions of Microsoft Windows: 95, 98, ME, NT4, 2000, XP, and Vista (Vista installation requires you to have Administrator rights on your computer).

Author Details - Tom Carter, Lawyer

Tom Carter operated a private law practice for nearly 20 years, one dedicated to meeting the complex legal needs of our aging population. His specialization included wills and estates, incapacity planning, and adult guardianship and trusteeship. In 1999 he closed the practice to take a position as a Senior Trust Officer and Estate Consultant with Canada Trust, and is now teaching law at Grant MacEwan University in Edmonton. Carter has been an instructor for the Alberta Bar Admission Course (wills and estates) and has published several articles on aging and relevant legal issues. He is the author of Write Your Legal Will in 3 Easy Steps, Living Wills Kit, and So You’ve Been Appointed Executor for Self-Counsel Press.
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