Get your private limited company incorporated at the lowest price with compliance to regulatory requirements of Ministry of Corporate Affairs
Simplified Proforma for Incorporating Company electronically (SPICe) is a fast track registration procedure initiated by Ministry of Corporate Affairs which enables a single form application process of company registration.
The normal registration route can take up to thirty days but if SPICe is followed the whole process can be closed within 7 days.
ClearTax aims at rendering premium services and delivering it in a speedy manner. The incorporation services shall be delivered following the SPICe route.
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No, your physical presence is not required during the process.
Yes, Stamp duty charges are imposed by the state in which the registered office is proposed to be located. The charges are on MOA, AOA & form INC 32. These charges are covered under the plan for all the states except Punjab & Madhya Pradesh. Our experts will guide you on additional charges if any for Punjab & Madhya Pradesh.
The registration process gets completed when you get a certificate of incorporation(COI) issued by the registrar. The application can processed within 7 working days.
In Expert'se, you already have a DSC and DIN, our experts will offer you some concession accordingly on the above package.
Below are the charges applicable for DIN and other government forms:
Below is the stamp duty payable, depends on the state you incorporate and your authorized share capital up to Rs. 10 Lakh: These are the charges in Karnataka:
Apart from this, notary charges of Rs.340 will apply for two director affidavits and related stamp duty.
Yes, an NRI or any foriegn national can become a director in a private limited company. But such person can be taken as a director only when there is one director who is a Resident of India. Additional documents required:
RBI approval is required for foreign capital contribution. Additional charges will be applicable for RBI approval. Our experts will advise you on the applicable charges.
In the current package, we cover upto 2 digital signatures for two directors. For two additional shareholders, you need to secure two additional digital signatures certificates. We offer digital signature certificate - Click hereto purchase digital signature
To bring in additional director, you need to secure digital signature (DSC ).
Only passport of the foreign director is required. In some countries, residency certificate will be provided. These need to be submitted for the application. Any incidental charges here is not covered in the package.
To bring in additional director, you need to secure two digital signatures (DSC)
If the individual is residing outside India at the time of the application, then he or she needs to get the PAN, Aadhaar, current address (in the country of residence), permanent address attested by Indian embassy in that country. Any incidental charges here is not covered in the package.
You will need to have exactly the same details on all your documents to incorporate your company.
Due to the increasing enthusiasm among too many entrepreneurs who wish to incorporate their companies, the MCA has made stringent rules to approve the company name and issue the certificate of incorporation. Further, due to excessive demand, the PAN and TAN applications are also increasing and thus it is understood that this processing will take time too. So, we could take a range between 20-25 working days to complete the company incorporation process and receive the certificate of incorporation.
A private limited company lies somewhere between a partnership and a widely owned public company. It limits the liability of the owner to their respective shares. It also restricts shareholders from publicly trading shares. The maximum number of shareholders in a private limited company has been extended to 200 (from 50) as per the new Indian Companies Act.
It is beneficial for small businesses to get registered as private limited companies since it adds credibility to their business. It helps the company acquire loans from banks, potential investors as opposed to a one-person-company, sole proprietorship or a partnership.
Yes, any foreign national or company or an NRI (Non-Resident Indian) can become a director in an Indian company. He can also hold shares of a private limited company in India. However, it is important that at least one director who sits on the Board of Directors is a Resident and a citizen of India.
Here are few basic requirements for incorporating a private limited company anywhere in India: 1. A minimum of Two Directors and Two Shareholders (The Directors can also be Shareholders). 2. There is no prescribed limit or recommendation regarding the Minimum Paid-up Share Capital required for incorporating a private limited. 3. Copies of the PAN Cards of the Directors/Shareholders (Indian Nationals) or Copy of Passport (Foreign Nationals). 4. DINs (Director Identification Numbers) 5. DSCs (Digital Signature Certificates) of the Directors. 6. Copies of the Identity Proof and Address Proof of All Directors. 7. Address Proof of the Registered Office of the company
A minimum of two directors are required for registering the private limited company. Each director should have a DIN i.e., director identification number which is allotted by the ministry of corporate affairs. It is important that one of the directors must be a resident of India, this means he/she should have resided in India for not less than 182 days in a preceding calendar year.