Did you hear about the maple syrup company that went out of business? Jokes aside, as a small business owner one of the biggest rookie accounting mistakes you could ever make is to use your business account for personal purchases or vice versa. The good news is: loads of institutions promise the ideal bank account for Canadian small businesses and entrepreneurs. But with so many options available, pinpointing the best one becomes a difficult task indeed.
Starting a business in Canada may seem overwhelming at first. There are quite a few steps to the process, so it helps to take it step by step. This guide is designed to help you make your dream of becoming an entrepreneur a reality. Each step of this guide links to detailed information that will go into greater detail. The steps are roughly in order, but there is some flexibility.
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Business taxes, permits and regulations, intellectual property, business support and how to sell to government. Incorporating or making changes to a business corporation, not-for-profit, cooperative or board of trade. Protecting your intellectual property, trademarks, copyright and using IP as a business tool.