Roc Compliance For Private Limited Company

The Registrar of Companies, i.e. ROC is the sector of the Ministry of Corporate Affairs that handles the compliance of every company that falls under its jurisdiction. Ensuring that your company is abiding by the rules and regulations set by a governing body. The rules and regulations that are currently followed are in accordance with those stated by the Companies Act, 2013 and the rules made thereunder. Annual General Meeting of a newly incorporated company should be held within 18 months from the date of registration or 9 months from the date of closing of the financial year, whichever is earlier. Second year onwards Annual General Meeting should be held within 6 months from the end of that financial year and from second-year Annual returns of the company must be filed latest by 30th November of every year.
 
Annual return entails following:
  • Compliance Certificate from a CS.
  • Confirmation about the situation of Registered office address.
  • Information about the management of the company.
  • Shares and Debentures details.
  • Audited Profit & Loss account.
  • Audited Balance Sheet of the company.
 
 
* Profit & Loss account and Balance sheet is mandatory to be audited by CA.
 

Necessary Documents for Compliances

Directors

DIN and DSC of directors

Documents

MOA and AOA of the company

Certificate

Incorporation Certificate of the company

Reports

Board Report and Company Financials through out the year.

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Annual Package Includes:

  •   Board Reports
  •   Annual Reports
  •   Statutory Register Updates
  •   Compliances of Directors
  •   Notice Drafting
  •   Annual Filings
  •   Director KYC filings of 2 directors for 2 years worth Rs3552

RS. 14,999/-
RS. 11,999/- All Inclusive

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* The above mentioned cost is based on yearly basis. Event based compliances would charged extra if applicable. Fees is based on up to Rs.20 Lac turnover.

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FAQ's on Compliances

AGM is a meeting of Shareholders to be held every financial year to meet and decide upon the approval of Accounts, distribution of dividends, appointment or reappointment of directors and Auditors. First AGM to be held within 9 months from the date of closing first financial year. Subsequent AGM to be held within 6 months from the date of closing of the next financial year.

Yes there is penalty on that from Government.

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