Company Annual Filing 


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It is mandatory for every company incorporated in India whether public or private to file the various e-Forms along with the necessary documents with the Registrar of Companies.

Annual filing of the company includes all the documentation related to the filing of financial statements and Annual return which consists of information that includes the Financial Statements of the company, Certifications(if any) Registered Office Address, Shares and Debenture details, Register of Members, Debt details and information about the Management of the Company. The annual return would also disclose the shareholdings structure of the Company, changes in Directorship and details of the transfer of securities.

 

Preparation of E-form AOC 4 for filing financial statement

Preparation of E-form MGT 7 for filing annual return

Documentation

Filing expenses with the Registrar

 

You are required to fill details in our simple questionnaire and submit documents.

Submit all the required Documents and information for further process.

All the required Documentation is prepared and Verified by our Experts

Furthermore ,We shall then file your company annual with MCA on your behalf.

Once your company annual return is filed, we shall intimate you about the same .

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

An Annual Filling is a mandatory filing to be made by the company incorporated in India. The E-form filing along with the required documents must be filed with MCA.

 

The Company will be considered as the defaulting company and liable to pay the penalty. The amount of penalty will depend on the number of days in default till the default continues.

 

Annual filing consists of the balance sheet of the company, profit and loss account, certifications if any, details of members, details of shareholders and its shareholdings and details of Directors.

 

The Annual filing documents of the Company must be signed by the Directors of the Company. The financial statements must be audited & signed by a Chartered Accountant.

 

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