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Startup India Registration

A start-up is a newly established business, usually small, started by 1 or a group of individuals. What differentiates it from other new businesses is that a start-up offers a new product or service that is not being given elsewhere in the same way. The keyword is innovation. The business either develops a new product/ service or redevelops a current product/service into something better.

Documents required:

  • 1. Incorporation/Registration Certificate of your start-up
  • 2. Proof of funding, if any
  • 3. Authorisation letter of the authorised representative of the company, LLP or partnership firm
  • 4. Proof of concept like pitch deck/website link/video (in case of a validation/ early traction/scaling stage start-up)
  • 5. Patent and trademark details, if any
  • 6. List of awards or certificates of recognition, if any
  • 7. PAN Number

ROC Return filing for private limited

Every Private Limited Company must file its Annual Return in Form MGT- 7within 60 days of its Annual General Meeting. Annual Return must include the period 1st April to 31st March and must file its Balance Sheet with statement of Profit and Loss Account along with Director Report in this form within 30 days of its Annual General Meeting in Form AOC-4.

ROC Return filing for one person company

OPC to file Form AOC 4 with the relevant ROC before 180 days after the end of the financial year. Every year, OPC and Small Businesses must file Form MGT 7A with the ROC in consideration.

ROC Return filing for LLP

LLPs are required to file Form – 8 with ROC within 30 days from the end of the six (6) months of the financial year i.e by 30th October of the next financial year. In this form the LLP has to report the assets, liabilities, profit & loss generated during the year. LLPs are required to file Form – 11 with ROC by 30th May of the next financial year. In this form summary of management affairs, details of partners and their contribution is provided. The form has to be signed by the designated partners and practicing professionals.