Private Limited Company is the most popular type of business entity in India. Over 20 lakhs companies have been registered in India as of October 2020 and 12 lakhs companies are classified as active. All companies registered in India are governed by the MCA (Ministry of Corporate Affairs) under the Companies Act, 2013. Each year IndiaFilings helps register thousands of companies across India. The company registration process can be completed online on IndiaFilings in less than 10 days with assistance from experienced incorporation experts.
Entrepreneurs register a company in India to create a business that is well regarded by customers, suppliers, bankers and the Government. By setting up a company, an Entrepreneur has the ability to create a small or large business that can easily raise capital and scale seamlessly to any size.
The ownership of a company is represented by shares. Thus, the ownership of a company can be shared or transferred to any other Indian or Foreign legal entity or person. The directors of a company are also easily replaceable. Hence, on a company allows an Entrepreneur to easily raise capital and transfer ownership without any hassles.
A private limited company provides limited liability protection to its shareholders. In case of any unforeseen losses, statutory or legal liabilities, the shareholders of the company will not be held responsible. Only the Directors of a private limited company are held responsible in most instances for various statutory liabilities.
A company can raise equity capital from persons or entities interested in becoming a shareholder. Entrepreneurs can raise money from angel investors, venture capital firms, private equity firms and hedge funds. A company can also raise debt financing from banks, financial institutions and NBFCs easily.
A private limited company is recognized as a separate entity with a dedicated PAN. Using the PAN and incorporation certificate of the company, an Entrepreneur can within days open a current account in any bank.
IndiaFilings can incorporate a company in less than ten days, subject to government processing times and availability of all documents.
To register a company, various documents are to be submitted to the MCA as follows:
PAN Card: PAN Card copy of the proposed Directors of the Company will be required for Company Registration.
Address Proof: The address proof submitted must have the name of the Director as mentioned in the PAN Card and the most current address of the Director.
Residential Proof: The residential proof must also contain the name of the Director as mentioned in the PAN Card and must not be older than two months.
Registered Office Proof: In addition to providing identity, address and residential address for the Directors, proof must be provided to validate the registered office address of the Company.
In addition to the above, the following must also be provided as proof of registered office:
Identify the 2 directors and submit their documents as given to the below.
The proposed name is applied and obtained from the Ministry of Corporate Affairs. Upto 2 names can be provided. In case of rejection of both names, an opportunity is provided for re-submission of the form with 2 more names.
Digital signatures must be obtained for the proposed directors of the company. Digital signature is required for signing of the incorporation application. However, digital signature is not required for obtaining the name approval.
On obtaining the digital signature, the incorporation application can be submitted in the SPICe form with the MCA. There is no requirement for obtaining the RUN name approval for submission of SPICe Form.
Company is incorporated along with the incorporation certificate, PAN and TAN within 2-3 business days.
IndiaFilings has exclusive relationships with top Banks in India wherein we will open a zero-balance current account digitally through our platform. Based on your choice of Bank, we can forward the request digitally to the Bank for opening the company’s current account from the comfort of your home in any city or town in India.
All companies registered in India are required to maintain compliance under various regulations. Failure to maintain compliance can lead to penalty or disqualification of the directors.
IndiaFilings can help you with accounting and maintaining of statutory compliances for the company at a very affordable price point.
Some of the important compliances for companies registered in India are given to the right. Please note that additional forms will also be applicable as per government notification.
Other than these mandatory compliances, there are others that need to be done depending on the company’s timeline. IndiaFilings also assists in increasing authorised capital, changing registered office, change in directors and others.Know more
The board of directors must appoint a practising Chartered Accountant within 30 days of incorporation.
The capital mentioned in the MOA [Memorandum of Association] must be deposited in a bank and commencement certificate must be obtained from MCA.
Companies registered in India must file income tax return each year in Form ITR-6.
Companies registered in India must file MCA annual return each year in forms AOC-4 and MGT-7.
The DIN KYC procedure must be completed each year for the directors of the company.
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Opening a current account for a private limited company is easier when compared to opening of current account for a sole proprietorship firm as a company is a registered legal entity – recognized by law. Therefore, once a company is incorporated, a bank account can be opened in the name of a company with the incorporation certificate of the company and identity/address proof of the Directors.
Authorised capital is the maximum value of equity shares that can be issued by a company. On the other hand, paid up capital is the amount of shares issued by the company to shareholders. Authorised capital can be increased any time after incorporation to issue additional shares to the shareholders.
Limited liability is the status of being legally responsible only to a limited amount for debts of a company. Unlike proprietorships and partnerships, the liability of the shareholders with respect to the company’s liabilities is limited.
On an average, the registrations get done within 10 to 15 days. The processing time would vary depending on the time taken by our clients to submit the necessary documents and government processing time.
Yes, NRIs, foreign nationals and foreign entities can register a company and invest in India, subject to the Foreign Direct Investment norms set by the RBI. However, incorporation rules in India require for one Indian national to mandatorily be a part of the company on the Board of Directors.
Yes, every company registered in India must have a registered office where all official communication is sent by the MCA, governmental agencies, financial institutions, etc., The registered office of a company can be in any state of India.
You can use the IndiaFilings company name availability search tab to search for available names in India. It is important to note that IndiaFilings would just provide available choices, based on identical names already registered.
Company incorporation certificate is provided as a pdf document by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA). MCA only provides soft copy of the incorporation certificate.
Once the company is incorporated, a current account needs to be opened in the name of the company for transactions. Your advisor will guide you through the process of choosing the bank that you want to open the account with and get the documents like certificate of incorporation, Memorandum and Articles of Association, board resolution, copy of PAN allotment letter and utilities bill.
GST registration is mandatory for certain businesses. Companies dealing with e-commerce operations or any other interstate activity and companies with turnover of more than Rs. 40 Lakhs are required to obtain the same. GST registration takes just 3-5 working days with IndiaFilings.
A company is required to maintain certain compliances once it is incorporated. An auditor needs to be appointed within 30 days and income tax filing and annual return filing needs to be done every year. Apart from these, mandatory compliances like ‘Commencement of Business’ forms, and DIN eKYC also needs to be done.