When should you register a company?

To answer that question, we need to first understand what a company is.

A company is an organization of people or a combination of people and things that operate for the purpose of making money by producing or providing goods and services to customers.

The main difference between a company and a corporation is that a corporation is a legal entity that is created by filing Articles of Incorporation as a legal business entity, whereas a company is an individual or group of individuals who form a business entity.

Once you register a company, you can file a legal document called a “Certificate of Incorporation”, which will establish your business as a legal entity.

In most cases, you will need to file this document with your state or provincial government within the first 15 days of starting your business.

The reason for this is that your company will have to pay taxes on any income that it earns, so it is important that you file your Certificate of Incorporation immediately after you start your business.

The other main reason for filing your Certificate of Incorporation is so that your business can have a bank account where it can collect and remit funds to its customers and vendors.

Once you have filed your Certificate of Incorporation, you can then file a legal document called a “Certificate of Formation”, which will establish your business as a legal business entity.

In most cases, you will need to file this document with your state or provincial government within the first 30 days of starting your business.

Once you have filed your Certificate of Formation, you can then file a legal document called a “Corporation Tax Return”, which will indicate to the government how much money your business earned and how much tax you are required to pay.

The other main reason for filing your Certificate of Incorporation and your Certificate of Formation is so that your business can have a bank account where it can collect and remit funds to its customers and vendors.

Once you have filed your Certificate of Incorporation and your Certificate of Formation, you can then file a legal document called a “Corporation Tax Return”, which will indicate to the government how much money your business earned and how much tax you are required to pay one or more shareholders, who are called ‘members’. It’s a legal entity that has its own identity, and it has its own legal structure.