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    What should I do after I incorporate? Organizing my company in Ontario.
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    Once your corporate registration is complete, it is highly recommended that you set up a "minute book," which is a binder in which the corporation's important documents are kept. The minute book should contain the articles of incorporation, any by-laws the corporation may wish to enact, any resolutions the by-laws enacts, a shareholders' register, an officers' register, a directors' register, a share transfer ledger, a debts/obligations register, stated capital, notices and registrations, and any other important information relating to the corporation. You can order a minute book from third-party corporate service providers and it is often a good idea to hire a lawyer to help you set up the minute book itself. Most third-party corporate supplies companies also offer a corporate seal - you can order this and use it as your corporation's official "signature."

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