Caroline Watton in The Advisor by NLOWE | Key Considerations Before You Incorporate Your Business in Newfoundland & Labrador
September 9, 2018
By Corporate & Business Team, at McInnes Cooper
Most businesses start as a sole proprietorship or partnership, with one or more owners responsible for all aspects of the business, including liabilities. Owners often contemplate whether and when to incorporate their business. Once the decision to incorporate is made, however, properly planning for and structuring the corporation is critical to protect the corporation, its assets, and the shareholders; avoid future disputes; position the business to attract investors and strategic partners; and achieve a successful exit from the business if that’s a goal. In its article, Key Considerations Before You Incorporate Your Business in Newfoundland & Labrador, as published in the Newfoundland & Labrador Organization of Women Entrepreneurs’ (NLOWE) the Advisor, McInnes Cooper’s Corporate & Business Team outlines five key considerations about which every business owner should think before incorporating a business.
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