Strategic business success: Expert guidance for growth

Having your own business is exciting and fulfilling. Strategic planning can help you avoid pitfalls and make your business successful. We can help you formulate a business plan to take your business where you want it to go.

Our Professional Accountants are experts in incorporation laws and tax. We have been simplifying the incorporation process for businesses across Canada for many years and we can help you take the next step into growing within your profession.

Why register your business with M7 Group?

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Don’t wait to get your business up and running. When you place your order through M7 Group, your documents are prepared and filed with the state quickly.

Save time/avoid errors:

Let us handle your business formation with confidence. We ensure accurate submissions, saving you time and money, backed by a 100% satisfaction guarantee.

Potential tax savings:

Optimize your taxes. Schedule a consultation with our Small Business Certified Tax Pros to discover potential savings and a strategic approach to managing your profits.

You could save thousands on your taxes

Our aim is to help you succeed in your new business by getting it off to a good start. Our Services in formation of a new business include:

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Your business details

Enter your business info, pick your business type, and fill out our forms in as little as 10 minutes.

Let us do the work

Get back to business as we work with the state to file your paperwork with 100% satisfaction guaranteed.

Get excited!

You’re official! We’ll provide you with your business documents while you change your title to CEO.

Accreditations and Certifications

We uphold the highest standards of integrity to our customers can benefit from an accredited accounting.

Understanding Business Structures: A Quick Overview

In the United States, a corporation can be formed by one or more individuals, entities, or even existing corporations. Here’s a breakdown:

  1. Individuals: One or more individuals can come together to form a corporation. They can be residents or non-residents of the United States.

  2. Entities: Besides individuals, other legal entities such as partnerships, LLCs (Limited Liability Companies), other corporations, or trusts can also form a corporation.

  3. Existing Corporations: A corporation can also form another corporation, either as a subsidiary or as part of a corporate restructuring or expansion strategy.

  4. Foreign Entities: Foreign individuals or entities can also form a corporation in the United States, subject to certain regulations and requirements.

  5. Registered Agents: In many states, corporations are required to have a registered agent, which can be an individual or a company designated to receive legal documents and official correspondence on behalf of the corporation.

  1. Limited Liability: Protects personal assets from business debts and liabilities.
  2. Separate Legal Entity: Provides legal protection and continuity beyond ownership changes.
  3. Access to Capital: Allows for fundraising through stock issuance.
  4. Tax Advantages: Potential tax benefits depending on corporation type.
  5. Credibility and Professionalism: Enhances business reputation.
  6. Employee Benefits: Enables offering attractive benefits packages.
  7. Perpetual Existence: Ensures continuity regardless of ownership changes.
  8. Ease of Ownership Transfer: Facilitates buying and selling of shares.

US corporations are responsible for adhering to tax regulations, ensuring corporate governance, protecting shareholders’ rights, maintaining financial transparency, and contributing to the economy through job creation and innovation.

US corporations administer a variety of laws, including tax laws, employment laws, securities laws, environmental regulations, consumer protection laws, antitrust laws, intellectual property laws, and corporate governance standards.

Incorporating at the federal level, particularly as a C corporation, offers benefits such as limited liability protection, access to capital markets, potential tax advantages, credibility and professionalism, and ease of doing business across state lines.

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