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Registrar of Companies (ROC) is the supreme authority that looks after legal entities registered under company law. Every private limited company, LLP, OPC and public Limited company registered under Companies Act 2013 and LLP Act, 2008 have to compulsorily follow certain rules, regulations and submit various documents, returns, etc. to the Registrar of Companies (ROC) in e-mode within a fixed time period. It could be related to registration, getting permission for change in shareholding pattern, change in the registered address of the company, appointment of auditors, financial statements filings, etc.
Noncompliance of ROC will lead to interest and penalties, even the disqualification of directors. The office of ROC functions as a record of the registry, related to the companies registered with them, which are available for inspection by members of public on payment of the prescribed fee. Moreover, there are currently 22 Registrars of companies (ROC) operating from offices in all major states of India.
Besides, the central government exercises administrative control over these offices through the respective Regional Directors. It is a legal requirement to comply with all compliances applicable to your company to avoid penalties and fines.
Our Parakh Management System Pvt.Ltd.(PMSPL) team will guide you through all these compliances required to be completed since the incorporation. You can get your ROC Compliance for Private Limited Companies done through PMSPL.
1. Directors KYC Compliance
2. Preparation of Board Report
3. Preparation of Notices and Minutes
4. Annual Return Filing
THE FOLLOWING ARE COMPLIANCE
Annual Return in Form MGT-7: It contains current or updated information regarding the directors and shareholders of the private limited company.
Form is to be filed with Brelevant ROC within Sixty days from the date of the Annual General Meeting (AGM). In case, the paid-up capital of the private limited company exceeds Rs.Ten Crore or its annual turnover exceeds Rs. Fifty Crore, then, Form MGT-8 is also to be filled. Financial Statements in Form AOC-4: This is to be filed with the concerned ROC within Thirty days from the date of the AGM of the company. As per the provisions of The Companies Act of 2013,this includes the Balance Sheet, Profit, and Loss Account, Directors’ Report and the Consolidated Financial Statement.
Income Tax Returns: This is to be filed with the Income Tax Department, on or before 30th September of the following financial year. Again, tax-audit will be necessary if the annual turnover of the private limited company exceeds Rs. One Crore. Event-Based Annual Compliances: These may relate with internal company Administration, external business management, or any sudden or contingent activities.
Various Annual Compliances under other Laws applicable: These may relate to Corporate and Commercial laws, GST Act, Labour& Employment Laws, Intellectual Property Laws, Excise and Custom, PF and ESI Regulations, Environmental Laws, etc.
Financial Statements in Form AOC-4: This is to be filed with the concerned ROC within Thirty days from the date of AGM of the company. As per the new provisions given in Companies Act of 2013, this will contain the Balance Sheet, Profit and Loss Account, Directors’ Report, and the Consolidated Financial Statement.
Event-Based Annual Compliances: These may relate with internal company administration, external business management, or any sudden or contingent activities.