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ne Person Company is a refined version of Sole Proprietorship which gives full control to one person with all the benefits of a Private Limited Company. Similar to private limited company, it is a separate legal entity from its promoter, offering limited liability protection to its sole shareholder, while having continuity of business and being easy to incorporate. OPC registration process is almost similar to a private limited company. Every OPC has to mandatorily nominate a nominee Director in the MOA or AOA who will become the owner of the OPC in case the promoter Director is disabled. An OPC must be converted into a Private Limited Company if it crosses an annual turnover of Rs.2 crores and must file audited financial statements with the Ministry of Corporate Affairs at the end of each Financial Year
One Person Company is a separate legal entity in the eyes of law. It is separate from its owners and managers. The company can operate in its own name and own assets, open a bank account, enter into contracts and sue & be sued by third parties.
There are minimal compliance requirements in case of an OPC. It is not required to hold Annual General Meeting, board meeting, etc. However, Board Meeting must be held if more than one director is on Board.
The company’s obligation or debts of does not create a charge over the owner’s personal assets. Their liability stays limited only to the capital subscribed and unpaid by them.
There is clear segregation between management and ownership. In very simple terms, shareholders own the business and directors run it. However, the same person can be both a shareholder and director.
Companies in India are registered with the Registrar of Companies (ROC) under Companies Act 2013. The details of the company can be checked by anyone on Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) website without paying any fees. Also, details of all the directors are provided while the formation of the company. Since all the details are public, it makes this form of company reliable for investors and public.
One Person Company being a separate legal entity can acquire and own assets in its name. The assets owned by a company can be tangible assets like machinery, building, etc. or intangibles assets like copyright, patents, etc. No shareholder can make a claim upon the property of the company as long as it is a going concern.
This is what we do when YOU SIT BACK & RELAX
- Review the documents and information provided
- Apply for Digital Signature Certificate (DSC)
- Check availability of company name with MCA
- Draft Memorandum of Association (MOA)
- Draft Articles of Association (AOA)
- Draft all other incorporation documents
- Reserve name with MCA
- Apply for Directors Identification Number (DIN)
- Apply for company incorporation with MCA
- Apply for PAN and TAN of company
Latest Passport size photograph of Shareholders and Directors
- Aadhar card and Voter ID/ Passport/ Driving License of Shareholders and Directors
- PAN Card of shareholders and Directors
- Foreign nationals must provide a valid passport
Latest Telephone Bill /Electricity Bill/ Bank Account Statement of Shareholders and Directors
The above documents should not be more than 2 months old
- Latest Electricity Bill/ Telephone Bill of the registered office address
- No Objection Certificate to be obtained from the owner(s) of registered office
- Rent Agreement of the registered office should be provided if any
All other incorporation documents to be provided in soft copy
Maintaining books of accounts as per Indian GAAP
Books of accounts have to be maintained under different statutes – Income Tax Act, Companies Act 2013 and GST Act. All the respective acts specify the nature of books to be maintained, retention period and other statutory requirements
Auditor has to be appointed within 30 days of company incorporation
First board meeting has to be conducted in 30 days of company incorporation and 1 such meeting has to be conduced every quarter. However, an OPC is not required to conduct any board meeting if it has only one director
Annual Return has to be filed in MGT 7
Issue of Share Certificate
Issue of share certificate (within 60 days)
Company must have its registered office within 30 days from the date of incorporation and all the times thereafter
Letterheads should have few mandatory fields as name, address, CIN No, Phone No, Fax, etc
Bank account of the company has to be opened on incorporation
Applying TAN of the company on incorporation
Applying PAN of the company on incorporation
A TDS Return is submitted on a quarterly basis to Income Tax Department. It is a summary of all the transactions related to TDS made during a quarter
Income tax return
Company are required to file their income tax return using Form ITR 6
Financial Statements return
This is to be filed with relevant ROC, on or before 30th October, every year in Form AOC 4
Entities required to register for GST as per regulations must file for GST application within 30 days from the date on which the entity became liable for registration under GST
GST returns have to filed on monthly, quarterly and annual basis
Every Company whose turnover exceeds INR 2 Cr. in case of a business or INR 50 Lakh in case of a profession, is required to get its books of accounts tax audited under section 44AB of the Income-tax Act
Statutory Audit as the name suggests is a compulsory audit for all companies. Every entity which is registered under the Companies Act, as a Private Limited or a Public Limited company has to get its books of accounts audited every year
Transfer pricing rules and certificaion would be required
Any individual/company/LLP which has undertaken an international transaction with an associated enterprise is required to maintain documentation as per the rules. Also, any individual/company/LLP which has entered into an international transaction during a previous year is required to obtain an Accountant’s Report and furnish report before 30th November of the financial year
If a Company fails to comply with the rules and regulations of the Companies Act, then the Company and every officer who is in default shall be punishable with fine for the period for which default continues. In case of delays, additional fees is required to be paid and it inceases with time.
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