Compliance refers to the capacity to follow directives, guidelines, or requests.
A private limited company that was established in India has to make sure that all requirements set forth by the Companies Act of 2013 are satisfied.
The appointment, qualifications, compensation, and retirement of the company’s directors, as well as other matters like holding shareholder and board meetings, are governed by the Companies Act, 2013.
For registered private limited companies, compliance with the RoC is essential. The organization is required to adhere to the annual compliance requirement, regardless of the total turnover or capital amount.
Every company that is registered in India, including section 8 companies, private limited companies, limited companies, and one-person companies, must maintain annual compliances, such as income tax returns and annual returns, every year. Even though registering a company is the most common way to launch a business, once the company is incorporated, there are a number of compliance requirements that must be met.
Commencement of business ( within 180 days) : Before starting any business or using the borrowing powers, companies registered in India after November 2019 and having share capital must obtain a commencement of business certificate. After a company is incorporated, the commencement of business certificate needs to be obtained within 180 days. If the person doesn’t get this certificate, the company will be fined Rs. 50,000, and the directors will be fined Rs. 1000 for every day that they don’t comply.
Auditor Appointment (Within 30 days) : Within 30 days of incorporation, all Indian companies that are registered are required to designate a Statutory auditor. The company will not be permitted to open for business if it does not designate an auditor. In addition, there’s a 300 rupee monthly penalty.
Income Tax Return : The deadline for filing income tax returns for the fiscal year 2020–21 is September 30, 2021, at the latest.
MCA Form AOC-4 : For the FY2020–21, registered private limited companies must submit MCA Form AOC–4 by November 30, 2021, at the latest. There will be a penalty of Rs. 200 for each day of default or delay if AOC-4 is not filed.
MCA Form MGT-7 : For FY2020–21, MCA form MGT-7 must be submitted by December 31, 2021, at the latest. There is a penalty of Rs. 200 for each day of default or delay if MGT-7 is not filed.
DIN eKYC : The DIN eKYC or DIR-3 eKYC forms must be submitted by each of the company’s directors. The Director is required to enter both a personal email address and a distinct mobile number in DIR-3 eKYC. If you forget to file your DIN eKYC, you will be fined Rs. 5,000.
Hold Annual General Meeting : A private limited company must have an annual general meeting at least once a year. Companies must hold their AGM no later than six months after the fiscal year ends.
Director’s report :All of the data needed to prepare the directors’ report under Section 134 will be used.
Incorporation Document: PAN card, certificate of incorporation and MOA – AOA of private company.
DSC of Director: Valid and active DSE of one of the directors must be provided.
Monthly Data : Monthly data must be provided by an entry or business owner.
Bank statement : Bank statement of an free should provided by and business owner
As mandated by the Companies Act of 2013, “company filing” refers to delivering different legal forms and documents to the Registrar of Companies (ROC). The following are some typical company filing types that must be submitted to the MCA:.
Once a company is incorporated, it must continue to maintain compliances. The appointment of the auditor is due in 30 days. In addition, yearly return filing and income tax filing must be completed each year.
These documents must be filed with the ROC by companies incorporated under the Companies Act of 1956. The profit and loss account in form 23ACA, which is required to be filed by all companies, and the balance sheet in form 23AC.
There are a few yearly compliance requirements, regardless of your company’s revenue or profit. If this is not followed, there may be fines, legal action, and even director disqualification.