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Registration Cost
  • Capital
  • State
  • Directors
Package Includes
  • DSC Fees -
  • DIN Fees -
  • Name Approval -
  • Govt Fee -
  • PAN + TAN -
  • Affidavits -
Total Price Rs 26,535

2 DSC What is DSC?
2 DIN What is DIN?
MOA / AOA What is MOA / AOA?
COI What is COI?
PAN What is PAN?
TAN What is TAN?
Digital Signature Certificate (DSC)

DSC are encrypted password protected USB Tokens containing information of a person in the digital form.With DSC only all the MCA forms can be filed.This has led to be an important step towards digital India.

What is DIN?

Director Identification Number (DIN) is a unique identification number given to an existing or a proposed director of a company.It is mandatory for every director to have DIN.

What is MOA / AOA?

MOA and AOA are the fundamental documents of the company. MOA contains the objects, powers and scope of the company which shareholders mutually consent upon. The outsiders dealing with the company shall know the objects of the company.AOA defines the bye laws, rules and regulations with which the company is to be regulated.

What is COI?

Certificate of Incorporation is a kind of birth certificate of a company on which CIN Number, date of registration and PAN Number of the company is mentioned.It is issued by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs to the companies.

What is PAN?

Permanent Account Number commonly known PAN No. is issued by the Income Tax Authority to every assessee including company. It is a unique 10 digit alphanumeric number issue to every company to regulate the tax collection and payments properly.

What is TAN?

Companies are required to deduct TDS on certain specified transactions entered into by it while making payments.TAN number is allotted by the income tax authority to facilitate the deposit of such TDS by the company.

Company Incorporation Process

  • Complete our Company Form

    You need to fill a simple questionnaire and submit Directors/Shareholders documents, you also need to provide us 6 unique names of company.

    Start Step - 1
  • Obtain DIN DSC

    We will prepare DSC for all the Directors and Shareholders. Using the DSC, we will also apply for the DIN of the Directors and Shareholders.

    1 WORKING DAY Step - 2
  • Name Approval

    Company name approval will be filed containing 6 proposed unique names of the company. MCA approves the name next day of filing the form.

    2 WORKING DAYS Step - 3
  • Apply for Licence and COI

    We will apply for license and obtain certificate of incorporation for Section 8 Company and then apply for TAN and PAN.

    12 Working Days Step - 4
  • Your Company is Incorporated

    When the Certificate of incorporation is received, we will courier you all the documents, you may proceed from opening of bank account.

    1 WORKING DAY Step - 5

Documents Requirements

  • 1 PAN (Permanent Account Number) of all proposed directors / Share Holders.
  • 2 Address Proof (Voter Id, Passport, Driving License, Aadhar Card) of all proposed Directors / ShareHolders.
  • 3 Latest passport size Photographs of all Directors / Share Holders.
  • 4 Registered Office Address Proof - Electricity Bill along with Rent Agreement OR Ownership proof OR NOC
  • 5 Additional Address proof all directors / promoters with Present address Mobile bill OR Telephone bill OR Electricity bill OR Bank Statement

Advantages of Company Formation

  • Separate Legal Entity

    A Company is enjoys a separate legal status.It is a person within itself. It has it's own identity separate from its owners. First company is formulated and registrations are obtained in the name of the company.

  • Privileged Status

    Most of all, a private limited company enjoys a privileged status in the market above all other business structures. It is considered to be most authentic to deal with by the foreign entities also.

  • Flexible Invesments

    Investors, other parties interested in taking on ownership of your business will likely require that the business be a Company. This is a structure with which investors and acquirers are familiar. If you anticipate selling ownership in the business or raising capital for your business, a Company is an entity type you should consider.

  • Easy Transferability

    The ownership of a Company can be easily transferred to another person. All you need is to transfer the shares from existing shareholders or issue new shares to the acquirers.

  • Limited Liability

    One of the most important features of a company is the separation of the personal assets from those of the business. When someone opens a business, they want to make sure that if credit or debt issues arise or if something happens to the business that this does not impact the individual business owners. You also want to make sure that the liabilities associated with more than one owner do not impact the other owners. Separation of business and personal assets of the owners is critical.

  • No Liability after succession

    In LLP, even if all the partners are changed, all old partners ale liable for payment of income tax defaults of the new partners, if any.Unlike LLP, once the shareholder sells the shares of the company his value is realised from the company and he is not liable for the future income tax defaults of the company.

  • Formal Structure to Business

    Company has a formalised corporate identity with the AOA and the MOA It is required to maintain proper books of accounts and get them audited. it enables the business owners to formally structure the business, establish a framework for the business and maintain the proper documentation in the event of acquisition and third party investors. Establishing the proper corporate structure at the outset sets the business up for long term success.

Additional Points to Consider

  • 1. Profit or income of the Section 8 Company cannot be used for any object other than those mentioned in its MOA.

  • 2. Distribution of profits or declaration of dividend to its members is prohibited.

  • 3. No member can be appointed as an office of the company with any remuneration.

  • 4. Its income is taxed at the same rates as other companies.

  • 5. A Section 8 Company cannot alter the provisions of its MOA and AOA except with the previous approval of the Central Government.

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