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Monday – Friday: 8:30AM – 8:00PM

Saturday: 9:00AM – 5:00PM

Sunday: 12:00PM – 4:00PM


16658 109 Ave NW‎, Edmonton, AB T5P 1C2

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Please note All Registry Offices will be CLOSED on the 2nd Sunday of every month due to mandatory Government system upgrades. Our regular hours resume on Monday!

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Alberta Business Annual Return & Amendments

Annual Returns & Amendments

File Your Annual Return as a Business in Alberta

Once a company has been incorporated, it must file a report annually to maintain its active status. As a small business owner, filing an annual return is one of your most important administrative duties. A reminder form is sent out annually by Corporate Registries prior to the anniversary of the company’s incorporation.

The annual return ensures your corporate information remains current with Alberta Corporate Registries. If your annual return is not filed, the corporation will ultimately be dissolved.

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What you need to file your annual return

You must file the annual return by the last day of the month of the anniversary of the registration month. For example, if your corporation was registered in April, you should file your return by April 30.

When filing your annual return, you’ll need the following:

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It’s important to stay informed about the regulatory requirements relevant to your industry an location. If you’re unsure about what you need to file or keep up to date, we can help.

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An annual return is a mandatory filing that businesses are required to submit to the relevant government authority (such as the corporate registry) on a yearly basis. It provides updated information about your business, including details about directors, officers, and addresses. Filing annual returns is crucial to maintain your business’s legal status and ensure accurate public records.

The deadline for filing an annual return is usually determined based on your business’s anniversary date of incorporation or registration. You can file your annual return in person at Registrations Are Us.

Failing to file your annual return on time can have serious consequences. Your business might be considered in default, which can lead to the potential dissolution of your business. Additionally, being in default might affect your business’s ability to access government services, apply for loans, or maintain a good business credit rating.

Amendments are changes made to your business’s registered information, such as changes in address, directorship, or business name. Common amendments include updating your business’s address, adding or removing directors, changing the business name, or altering the share structure. To file an amendment, you usually need to complete the appropriate form and submit it to the relevant government authority, along with any required fees.

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