The Online Minute Book Plan is Ownr’s basic incorporation package. It includes a full incorporation and preparation of your Minute Book Documents to get your company legally set up. This plan is typically for corporations in their early stages of development.

The Online Minute Book Plan starts at $499 for Federal Ontario incorporations. Provincial incorporations in Ontario and Alberta are $599, and $699 in BC. This plan renews at $199/year after 1 year. Visit our pricing page for more details.

Don’t forget, when you incorporate with Ownr you can claim $300 in rebate when you open a new RBC business bank account.

The incorporation includes:

  • Unlimited business name searches

  • 1 Name reservation (NUANS/BC Registry)

  • Government issued Corporation Number(s)

  • Government issued Incorporation Documents

  • Minute Book documents (Corporate By-Laws, Director and Shareholder Resolutions, etc.)

  • CRA Business Number

  • Business document storage

  • Up to 3 User Accounts

  • Ownr Perks

  • Optional: One-time fee ($50) for CRA Registration (Payroll Number, HST/GST, and Import/Export Number)

Your ongoing subscription includes:

  • Annual Return Compliance Package: Annual Return filing, Shareholder & Director Resolutions, Waiver of Auditor Forms (All legally required & separate from the
    Tax Return
    )

NOTE: Annual Returns with law firms may cost ~$450 alone.

  • Digital Minute Book: management of all your legally required company documents on your Ownr Dashboard

  • One-Off Changes: changes to your corporation such as changing address or updating directors/officers are available for a one-time fee per change

  • Secure Cloud Storage: upload or download all corporate documents related to your company in one place with 24/7 access

  • Chat Support: connect with our Customer Success team for general inquiries about Ownr’s services

To start your incorporation visit ownr.co and click "Get Started", or book a meeting with our Account Specialists by clicking here.

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