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Companies and OPC Annual Filings

Take care, it’s an annual affair.

Comply the annual filing with convenience.

Benefits

Multiple gains.

  • Improve operational performance
  • Higher employee retention
  • Better information governance
  • Foster best practice
  • Attract Investors
  • Raising Company’s Credibility
  • Maintain Active Status and avoid penalties

Procedure

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  • Submit all the Documents
  • Preparing Annual E-filing
  • File Annual filing e-forms with MCA
  • Your work is completed

Documents required

The books of accounts and company documents

 

  • Incorporation Document
  • Audited Financial Statements
  • Audit Report & Board Report
  • DSC of Director

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FAQs

Each type of company is covered and obligated to file the required forms.

The Digital signature of one designated partner will be required for LLP Form 11, whereas in case of a company, it is mandatory to file annual return using the digital signature of the director.

Audited financial statements & Directors’ Report along with its annexure are attached with Form AOC 4 & list of shareholders is attached with Form MGT 7.

Yes, under Companies Act, 2013 audit is mandatory irrespective of the turnover or capital of the company.

The Penalty of Rs 100/- per day from due date of filing is payable till the default continues.

No, the ROC filing is filed with the Registrar of Companies, Ministry of Corporate Affairs ,whereas income tax return is filed with the Income Tax Department.

Yes, every company irrespective of the number of transactions has to get the compliance filings done. However, the process will be much simpler.

A private limited company can have a minimum of 2 directors and a maximum of 15. If there are more than 15 Directors appointed, the company has to file MGT-14 form and provide the SRN.

Balance sheet and Annual Returns have to be filed once a year. In addition, companies have to file Form 3 if there is Return of Allotment, Form No INC-22. If there is a change in the Registered Office; Form No DIR-12 for Change of Directors; etc.

The AGM has to be conducted at the registered office of the company or at any other place within the city, town or village wherever the registered office is situated. The Meeting should happen during the business hours (9 am-6 pm) on any day that is not a national holiday declared by the Central Government

Annual General Meeting must be conducted within the stipulated timelines.

 

However, if it is not conducted within the stipulated time frame, for the special reason, Registrar of companies may provide an extension for a period not exceeding three months, which can be applied before the last date for holding the AGM.

 

According to section 97 of Companies Act, 2013, if any default is made in holding the AGM of a company U/S 96, the Tribunal may, notwithstanding anything contained in this Act or Articles of Association of company, on the application of any member of company may call or direct the company to call Annual General Meeting of the company.

 

With the help of Section 97, if any company fails to call AGM and didn’t apply for an extension it can call AGM with the help of any member who can file the application to NCLT with Form NCLT-1.

 

In case of any default in complying with provisions of Sections 96 & 97 or failed in complying with any directions of Tribunal, the company and every officer of the company who is in default shall be punishable with fine which may extend to Rs. 1,00,000/- and in case of continuing default, with a further fine which may extend to Rs. 5,000 for every day during which such default continues.

Yes, the Board of Directors can appoint a person for alternate directors. But he/she must not have been holding a similar post in any other company.

Pursuant to Section 134 of the Companies Act 2013 and Rules made thereunder, the company shall be punishable with a fine between Rs. 50,000 and Rs. 25,00,000/- and every officer of the company who is in default shall be punishable with imprisonment for a term which may extend to 3 years or with fine of mimimum Rs. 50,000 and maximum Rs. 5,00,000/- or with both.

Pursuant to Section 164 of the Companies Acy 2013, a Director will be disqualified/ not eligible for appointment of Director of Company if :

  • He is of unsound mind and stands so declared by a competent court;
  • He is an undischarged insolvent;
  • He has applied to be adjudicated as an insolvent and his application is pending.
  • He has been convicted by a court of any offence and sentenced to imprisonment for not less than six months and a period of five years has not elapsed from the date of expiry of the sentence . However, if a person has been convicted of any offence and has served a period of seven years or more, he shall not be eligible to be appointed as a director in any company.
  • An order disqualifying him for appointment as a director has been passed by a court or Tribunal and the order is in force;
  • Has not paid any calls in respect of any shares of the company held by him, whether alone or jointly with others, and six months have elapsed from the last day fixed for the payment of the call;
  • He has been convicted of the offence dealing with related party transactions under section 188 at any time during the last preceding five years; or
  • He has not paid any calls with respect to any shares of the company held by him, whether alone or jointly with others, and a period of six months has elapsed from the last day fixed for the payment of the call.
  • The financial statements or annual returns are not filed for a continuous period of three financial years
  • He has failed to repay the deposits accepted by it or pay interest thereon or to redeem any debentures on the due date or pay interest due thereon or pay any dividend declared and such failure to pay or redeem continues for one year or more, shall be eligible to be re-appointed as a director of that company or appointed in other company for a period of five years from the date on which the said company fails to do so.
  • He has failed to acquire a Director Identification Number.

According to the Companies Act, Board Meetings can be conducted even outside of India. If required, Directors can participate through video conferencing or other audiovisual elements, provided there is a prior notification. The minutes of proceedings shall be duly recorded. However, there are certain matters restricted by the Act to be convened through a Video Conference Meeting.

A Director has to be physically present to attend at least one Board meeting of the company. In absence of the original director, an alternate director may be appointed to attend the meeting. If a director absents himself from all the Board Meetings of the Company, he has to be vacated from the Office of Directorship of the company.

Whenever a change occurs in the interest of Directors, the same has to be disclosed at the first Board Meeting held As per section 184, whenever any change occurs in the interest of Directors, disclosure of the same is required to be made at the first Board Meeting held after such change

The Companies Act 2013, allows one person to be the managing director in up to 2 companies at the same time.

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