An LLP (Limited Liability Partnership) company in India has to file the annual return within 60 days from the end of close of financial year to maintain compliance and avoid the heavy penalty for non-compliance. It’s also compulsory to file Statement of Account & Solvency within 30 days from end of six months of the close of financial year. LLPs in India must keep their financial year from April 1st to March 31st
As per Company Law, every One-Person Company needs to file annual Compliance. The return needs to be signed by the Company Secretary. In absence of a Company Secretary, the director of the company can sign the return.
A private limited company must follow various compliance as placed down by many acts and other regulatory bodies. This includes filing of tax, annual returns and various other returns, board and other meetings, accounts and statutory books maintenance etc.
Taxes are involuntary fees levied on individuals or corporations and enforced by a government entity - whether local, regional or national - in order to finance government activities. In economics, taxes fall on whom ever pays the burden of the tax, whether this is the entity being taxed, like a business, or the end consumers of the business's goods.
Each section 8 company in India has to file the annual return with ROC (Registrar of Companies). The annual General meeting must be held twice a year after 6 months. Section 8 Company Annual compliance consists of below activities
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