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As an Ontario corporation, it is crucial to understand the process of signing into the website service Ontario through the Business Ontario Registry. This blog post aims to provide you with detailed information on how to navigate this process professionally.

In the past year, several changes have occurred for incorporated operations in the province of Ontario. Previously, you had the ability to modify your annual filing details through your tax return submitted to the federal government. However, in the past two years, this process has undergone changes. While it may seem complex at first, signing in and getting registered for the first time has become easier.

To begin, you will need to set up a ONEkey Account. Registering for this account is crucial, as it may take some time for you to receive a letter containing your registration key after submitting your information. This registration key serves as proof of your affiliation with the organization and allows you to sign in to the government website. It also enables you to make changes to your Service Ontario records, including driving records and more.

Once you have successfully set up your account, you can proceed with filing your first return and even your past returns online. The video below provides clear instructions and step-by-step guidance on how to proceed with this process.

As an experienced entrepreneur who has operated numerous businesses in Ontario, it took me some time to familiarize myself with the necessary structure for signing in and completing these tasks. 

NOTE: It is essential for all Ontario corporations to adhere to the government’s mandate of filing their annual returns promptly each year.

Watch the video below to gain a comprehensive understanding of how to obtain your business key and file your returns accurately.

By following the instructions provided in the video, you will be well-equipped to fulfill your obligations as an Ontario corporation and ensure timely filing of your annual returns as required by the government.

Should you encounter any difficulties during the process, feel free to seek assistance from the appropriate government authorities or consult with professionals familiar with Ontario’s corporate filing procedures.