Most of the Company Registration Websites won’t tell you about the importance of registration of company compliances. Plus, many of the startups and new company directors are unaware of it.
 
A dominant part of the number of startups in India has registered itself as a company. It makes the annual compliances of companies – a big issue.
 
From the past few years, we have seen many changes in compliance under the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA). It makes it challenging to keep tracking company compliances.

Nevertheless, we are covering the registration of companies’ compliances and spreading awareness about it for your new company business Registration.

Annual Expected Turnover

10Lakhs

Package Include

ROC Annual Filing for LLP or ROC Annual Filing for OPC or ROC Annual Filing for Private Limited

Annual Expected Turnover

50Lakhs

Package Include

ROC Annual Filing for LLP or ROC Annual Filing for OPC or ROC Annual Filing for Private Limited

Annual Expected Turnover

1Cr.

Package Include

ROC Annual Filing for LLP or ROC Annual Filing for OPC or ROC Annual Filing for Private Limited

The Key Components of Annual Compliances of Private Limited

As per Section 164(2) of Company’s Act 2013 Every Director of the Company in each Financial Year will file with the Company disclosure and non-disqualification.
As per Section 184(1) of Company’s Act 2013 Every Director of the Company in First Meeting of the Board of Director in each Financial Year will disclose his interest in other entities under (Form MBP-1)
As per Section 92 of Company Act 2013, Every Company will file its E-form also known as Annual Return within 60 days of holding MGT-7 Annual General Meeting. Annual Return will be for the period 1 st April to 31st March.
As per Section 137 of Company Act 2013, Every Company is required to file its Balance Sheet along with a statement of Profit and Loss Account and Director Report in this form.
Balance Sheet, Statement of Profit & Loss Account (Including Consolidated Financial Statement), Directors’ Report, Auditors’ Report, Cash Flow Statement and Notice of AGM.
As per Section 134 of Company Act 2013, Directors’ Report will be prepared by a mention of all the information required for Small Company.
As per Section 136 of Company Act 2013, Company will send to the members of the Company approved Financial Statement (including consolidated Financial Statement), Cash Flow Statement, Directors’ Report and Auditors’ Report at least 21 clear days before the Annual General Meeting. (Except in case of AGM is called on Shorter Notice)
As per Section 136 of Company Act 2013, Every Notice of Annual General Meeting will be prepared SS-II as per Section 101 of Companies Act 2013 and Secretarial Standard – II.
As Per Section 173 of Company Act 2013 & Secretarial Standard – I, Every Company shall hold a minimum number of FOUR meetings of its Board of Directors every year in such a manner that maximum gap between two meeting should not be more than 120 (One hundred twenty) days. The company should hold at least 1 (one) Board Meeting every quarter of the calendar year.
As per Section 139 of Company Act 2013, Every company needs to appoint of Auditor will be appointed for the 5 (Five) years and form ADT-1 will be filed for a 5-years appointment. After that, every year in AGM shareholder will ratify the Auditor but there is no need to file ADT-1.
As per Section 92 of Company Act 2013, Annual Return of Private Company (Except Small Company) should be signed by Company Secretary in Practice.

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