Company Registration Services
SRV Associates provides professional online company registration that is customized to meet the specific needs of each client. With our extensive knowledge of the industry, we are committed to providing exceptional services that help you set up and grow your business ranging from corporate incorporation services, online GST Registration, virtual CFO services, and Company Tax Return Online to MSME Registration Online Services.
SRV Associates has been providing services all over India at affordable prices. It is a common choice for new enterprises and those with higher growth aspirations when choosing a business structure. A registration is one that has a maximum of 50 members and at least two active members. A private corporation must restrict a member’s capacity to transfer his shares and have a paid-up capital of at least Re 1 or any higher amount that may be specified at any moment. The phrase “Private Limited” should be included in the name of the registration.
This type of corporation has several advantages, including the ability to engage into contracts in its own name, freedom from public or governmental interference, no need to publish a prospectus, and distinct legal existence from its members. Additionally, A registration is eligible for registration incentives under the Government of India’s Startup India programme. Tax exemptions are one of the many advantages offered by this program to recognized entrepreneurs.
- 2 shareholders at least
- At least two directors
- At least one of the directors must be a citizen of
- 1 Minimum Authorized Share Capital
- Two promoters’ digital signing certificates
- A shareholder may also serve as a
- Each director’s Director Identification Number (DIN).
- Digital Signature Certificates (DSC) for Shareholders and Directors
Documents Needed to Register a Company
In order to register a corporation, the necessary fundamental paperwork, including ID and address proof, must be submitted.
The following is a checklist:
- Copy of the Applicant’s Pan Card
- Copy of the applicant’s Aadhar card
- Like a copy of an electricity bill, a firm address proof
- The rent agreement or the electricity bill with the NOC are required if the business address is
Why should your business be registered?
Everyone needs to understand why your company should be registered. As a professional, it is crucial registering your business to give it status and reputation. We endeavor to provide a hassle-free experience to our customers with timely updates and professional guidance during the registration process. The company registration fee of our company is clear and transparent, SRV Associates does not believe in hidden charges. We provide professional assistance to simplify the complicated process of registering your business.
- Obtaining loans in the company’s name in order to invest in another
- The advantage of having your business as a “Separate legal entity” is also
- Directors have limited liability, which means they are not directly responsible for the company’s
- The Company’s Director may receive tax advantages.
- The firm has the authority to seize, hold, and dispose of the property as of the moment of its
- To develop your brand’s
- With your business, you can reach a global
- To create a platform for interacting with various “Industries, suppliers, distributors, and customers”.
- Your personal interests won’t be impacted if you sue your company for any legal issue, such as “Trademark infringement,” or if your firm is sued by someone
- By interacting with businesspeople, you can set yourself apart from others.
- You may choose to set aside public funds for investments in your
Company structure types
Each and every type of company structure has its own salient features and legal requirements. The choice of structure depends on the goals, resources, and circumstances of the business. There are different types of company structures, each with its own advantages and disadvantages.
Small private corporation
An independent entity is a private limited firm. A “Private Limited Company” cannot have its shares traded publicly, and each member’s liability is only as great as the number of shares they personally possess.
Part 8 Company
Section 8 of the 2013 Companies Act lists Section 8 Company. It has been given permission to advance commerce, the arts, science, education, research, social welfare, religion, and environmental protection. If there is any form of income, it may only be used to promote the company’s objectives; no profit may be distributed to its members. Different types of companies that are registered under the Companies Act, 2013, for charitable or not-for-profit purposes include “Section 8 Companies” and “Section 25 Companies.”
Single-person business (OPC)
OPC is easy to incorporate, offers stockholders limited liability, is a separate legal entity from its members, and has a business flow.
Similar to a “Private limited business,” a one-person firm just requires one person.
Limited Liability Company
Each member in an LLP partnership has certain limited liabilities. As a result, it displays elements of corporations and partnerships. Each partner in an LLP is not liable or accountable for the wrongdoing or negligence of the other partners.
One type of non-banking financial company is the Nidhi Company (NBFC). It is committed to taking out loans and disbursing funds to its members. It promotes saving among its members and operates under the tenet of mutual gain.
Step 1- Register for the DSC (Digital Signature Certificate)
Step 2- Four possible names should be given, and MCA should choose one of them.
Step 3- File an e-MOA and e-AOA.
Step 4- Apply for the company’s PAN and TAN.
Step 5- Open a current account in the business’s name.
Step 6- “Commencement of Business Form” submission to MCA