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A Simple Guide to British Columbia’s Company Registry

If you have a plan to start a business in British Columbia, it can seem overwhelming to you at first. So, what are you supposed to do and where can you start from? It is a wise choice to work with a professional to have their business incorporated systematically and to take full advantage of the legal and tax benefits of incorporating.

Before planning it is important for you to know the prime benefits of choosing Small Business Registration British Columbia

● No Canadian residency requirement
● Low fees, as well as paperwork, compared to the federal corporation

Now did you decide the business structure?

The majority of small businesses are operating as

● General partnership – where you join with one or more partner
● Corporation aka a limited liability company
● Sole proprietorship – where you are the owner/operator or self-employed

Watch this short video If you are still indecisive about which structure is right for your business.

After deciding on a business structure you need to choose a name for your business which can be a little hectic, but ultimately, it’s fun to do. Different ways of finalizing a business name for registering a Business Name in BC are performing a Google search, domain name search & registration, ensure legal
requirements for the name are met, and trademark search.

Small Business BC provides entrepreneurs with the right information as well as guidance needed to build a strong foundation for their business. Here is where you need to start the concrete plan for your business. By planning you can not only identify the potential flaws, prospects, and risks, but you can also make an informed decision about your project. Also, make sure you secure your finances before moving ahead in your project.

Once you are done with planning projects, securing finances and acquiring a small business license for British Columbia, think about securing your online presence. This is a very important phase, because in today’s world it is very crucial for a business to have its powerful online presence. Now whether it is through company listings, company website, or via social media, don’t ignore to build online presence of your small business in BC.

After your business presence is developed online now it’s time for you to register provincial sales tax (PST) and goods & service tax (GST) along with other important registration. We can help you with all of that here at Trade Trackers.

To know about additional business registrations and requirements before registering a business name in BC, you can contact local government or First Nation to get every small information pertaining to license as well as zoning requirements.

Deciding British Columbia Company Registry is one of the first big steps to take as a small business owner, so if you have any doubts about incorporating get in touch with us and we would be happy to help.