All companies registered in India, including private limited, limited company, one person company and section 8 company must maintain the annual compliances like annual returns and income tax return every year.
Though Company Registration is the most popular form of starting a business, various compliances need to be followed once the business is Incorporated. A One Person Company is an entity which requires maintaining its active status through the regular filing of an annual return and audited financial statements with MCA for every financial year. The RoC filing is compulsory irrespective of the turnover, whether it is zero or in crore. Whether a single transaction is undertaken or none, annual compliances for every registered company are compulsory.As per Companies Act 2013, financial year should starts from 1st April and ends on 31st March.
All registered Indian Companies must appoint a Statutory auditor within 30 days of incorporation. The auditor also needs to be appointed within 15 days from the conclusion of AGM. Therefore, the due date for ROC Form ADT 1 would be 14th October every year.
The capital mentioned in the MOA [Memorandum of Association] must be deposited in a bank and commencement certificate must be obtained from MCA within 180 days of incorporation.
Every One Person Company shall maintain proper books of accounts which shall represent an accurate and fair value of the state of affairs of the company. Accounting is necessary for the statutory audit. Annual filing and Income tax return filing which is mandatory.
Every One Person Company registered under the Companies Act, 2013, irrespective of its sales turnover or nature of business or capital must have its book of accounts audited each financial year.
It is mandatory for the One Person Company to get their accounts audited under MAT i.e. Minimum Alternate Tax. The objective of the introduction of MAT was to bring into the tax net “zero tax companies” which in spite of having earned substantial book profits and having paid handsome dividends, do not pay any tax due to various tax concessions and incentives provided under the Income-tax Law.
Companies registered in India must file income tax return each year in Form ITR-6. The due date for the same is 30th September each year.
Companies registered in India must file MCA annual return each year in forms AOC-4 and MGT-7. AOC 4 must be filed within 180 days from the close of financial year. As One Person Company does not require to hold AGM, yet the due date for filing Form MGT 7 shall be 60 days from the completion of the 6 months from the end of financial year.
The DIN KYC procedure must be completed each year for the directors of the company.
The continuous failure may lead to the removal of the company’s name from RoC’s register, including disqualification of directors.In case there is a delay in annual filing, additional fees are required to be paid. Hence, it is always better to fulfil the compliances on time.
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