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Start-up registration with DIPP

Start-up registration with DIPP

With a view of improving the Indian economy and increasing the entrepreneurial drive, Indian Government under PM Narendra Modi’s leadership launched Start-up India Initiative in January 2016. The Action Plan shepherd by Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) is aimed at making start-up registration process more seamless and easing way for new entrepreneurs.

Start-up India Action Plan
Start-up India Action Plan benefits are three-fold:

  1. Simplification: First key benefit is expediting the start-up registration process. The idea is to improve compliance regime support, provide a hub for start-ups in India, registration and access through mobile app / portal, legal support
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Originating Businesses

Investment required to start a business

“The Entrepreneur always searches for change, responds to it and exploits it as an opportunity!”

Quoted above is not only a saying but a true exhibit of how a man aspiring to establish his own business should retaliate to the dynamic environment we live in. As risk and reward go hand-in-hand, it is crucial for an entrepreneur to estimate the cost involved and income generated for any new business, whether you’re a fast moving start up or still weighing the pros and cons of whether or not to set up a new venture.

Though, … Read more

SEZ in India

Establishing a unit in SEZ in India

India is among the foremost Asian countries who have considered the idea of setting up an Export Processing Zone (EPZ) model to promote country’s exports. To attract more foreign investment and provide an internationally competitive and hassle free environment for export promotion in India, Special Economic Zone (SEZ) was introduced. In the year 2000, with an inception of SEZ policy, India had begun to walk on the path of success.

Initially, the SEZ policy was included under foreign trade policy 2000. The policy was implemented through piecemeal and ad hoc amendments to different laws, besides executive orders. In order to … Read more

llp registration in Delhi India

A hybrid corporate entity-Limited Lability Partnership

Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) is a new corporate structure introduced in India in April 2009, through the LLP Act of 2008. Aimed at small and medium sized businesses; a LLP is hybrid form
which integrates many of the benefits of limited corporations and the traditional partnership firms. In other words, it is an alternative corporate business vehicle that provides the benefits of limited liability of a company, and also allows its members the flexibility of organizing their internal management on the basis of a mutually arrived agreement, as a partnership firm. Low registration fee and easy maintenance make LLP a … Read more

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Establishing a liaison office in India

Prospective companies and investors looking to enter India must precisely consider the options available for investment and avenues for establishing a business presence in the country.up to explore the Indian markets and understand the business and investment climate, as it does not allow the companies to do business but just to be in the market and understand the Indian market or carry out the research and development activities or to understand the problem of existing clients of the company and serve them better. As compared to other business structures, liaison offices permit foreign companies to build a light footprint in … Read more

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Section 8 Company Formation

In India, a non-profit organization can be registered as a Trust, by making a Trust deed or as a Section 8 Company, under the Companies Act, 2013. According Indian Companies Act, 2013, a section-8 company can be established for promoting commerce, art, science, sports, education, research, social welfare, religion, charity, protection of environment or any such other object, provided the profits, if any, or other income is applied for promoting only the objectives of the company and no dividend is paid to its members.

Procedure for formation of section 8 company is listed below:
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Filing your Income Tax Returns for A.Y. 2018-19 – Consider these changes

The Finance Act 2017 introduced last year came with multiple changes in regard with filing of income tax return (“ITR”) for A.Y. 2018-19. Thus, it is necessary for you to keep abreast of the latest amendments at the time filing the current year’s return of income. Also, the CBDT introduced the new ITR forms A.Y 2018-19 on 5th April, 2018 with alterations as compared to the ITR forms of the previous A.Y. Here we list down 10 critical changes that we should consider while filing the income tax return of taxpayers who are required to furnish their return of … Read more

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Guide for incorporation of One Person Company

Here is step-by-step guide for starting your company individually — the understanding of an OPC, the benefits of incorporating it and the legal formalities in its formation.

As per the Companies Act,1956, a Public Ltd Company requires at least 7 members or shareholders wherein a Pvt Ltd Co requires to have at least 2 members. Hence, a One Person Company was never allowed to be formed in our country earlier. However, under the provisions of the Companies Act 2013, Sec 2(62), One Person Company (OPC) is being allowed to form.

One Person Company means a company which has only one … Read more

Company formation in India

Case study: Company formation in India

Background
The client is a London based company with presence in over 80 countries across six continents. The company helps its clients to successfully deliver projects around the world by sourcing and supplying top professionals in fields such as IT, Telecom, Project Management, Cyber & IT Security, Presales, Sales & After Sales, Compliance and Security. With offices in Europe, Middle East & Africa, Asia and America, the Company is striving to be at the top in delivering the best possible services and support to organizations that need complex services on a global basis. 

Case Overview

The Company is helping many … Read more

Company incorporation in India

How a foreign company can incorporate a new company in India?

India is among the fastest growing economies in the world with immense human potential and a large market comprising of over 1.2 billion people. Opportunities in India has attracted a large amount of Foreign Direct Investment into the country and each year the amount of FDI inflow keeps increasing due to more number of foreign businesses starting their operations in India. In this post, the way to setup a business is in India is detailed for foreign companies.

Incorporation of a private limited company is the easiest and the fastest type of India entry strategy for the foreign nationals and … Read more

Starting business in India

Foreign Entity Entry Options For Business In INDIA

There are various options that a foreign company has to enter the Indian market and avail the economic benefits that India has to offer. The foreign entity may setup a corporate or non-corporate entity.

A foreign entity can set up anIndian corporate entity in India as a wholly owned subsidiary, as a Limited Liability Partnership or through joint venture with an Indian partner. The foreign entity may choose to operate as a foreign company in India through a Branch office, Liasion Office or a Project Office in India as well.

Starting business in India

Indian Entity options

Wholly owned subsidiary: Foreign companies can … Read more

Company registration in India

New Company Registration in India

Being register as a company is always turned to be a hectic schedule while accompanying with several rules and guidelines. In India as per New Companies Act, 2013; different companies of different rules as for private limited, public limited, govt. company, semi government company, One Person Company, NGO and many more. Company law for varied companies generally varies that need to be accompanied by the owners or partners before applying with company registration.

Company Registration in India acts and laws do not only bring the status of legality but also the level of credibility and reliability in the target market. … Read more

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Company registration in India

Company registration in India means legally getting the right to do business.In India, registration of company is also known as formation of business or incorporation of company.
Let us see what is this Company thing all about and then move on to Company Registration.

What are the documents required to register your startup?

An entity required to be incorporated as a Private Limited Company or a Limited Liability Partnership has to be registered with the Ministry of Corporate Affairs. Now the government has come up with several initiatives where an entity can be incorporated in just 1 day.

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How India & Afghanistan can grow together

India remains an integral part of Afghanistan’s steady progress in institutionalizing peace, pluralism, and prosperity. Ties between Afghanistan and India go beyond the traditionally strong relations at the government level. Since time immemorial, the peoples of Afghanistan and India have interacted with each other through trade and commerce, peacefully coexisting on the basis of their shared cultural values and commonalities.

This history has become the foundation of deep mutual trust. Public opinion polls in Afghanistan confirm this, as well as the sentiment Afghans share about feeling at home whenever they visit India.

Growing Asia

  • Fastest growing continent in the world
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Reasons to set up a limited company

Setting up a limited company will mean more administration and more paperwork than if you are a sole trader but there are many advantages to being a limited company, not least eliminating and personal financial liability.

When a sole trading business fails then the owner is personally responsible for any debt, which can have a negative effect on your credit rating and ability to obtain personal loans in the future. You could risk becoming personally bankrupt if the debts are too high for your to pay off.

If you set your business up as a limited company you are protected … Read more

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What is Subsidiary Company in India

Subsidiary company is any company whose interests are held and controlled or held by another company. Paid up equity share capital and preference share capital of the subsidiary company can be used to determine the holding company, subsidiary company relationship between two companies.

What is a Subsidiary Company?

There’s often a lot of confusion regarding the position of the subsidiary company and what it does. A subsidiary company is a company that is either owned or owned in part by another company. The company that owns the subsidiary is known as a parent company or a holding company. It should … Read more

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How to Register a Company in India

Being register as a company is always turned to be a hectic schedule while accompanying with several rules and guidelines. In India as per New Companies Act, 2013; different companies of different rules as for private limited, public limited, govt. company, semi government company, One Person Company, NGO and many more. Company law for varied companies generally varies that need to be accompanied by the owners or partners before applying with company registration.

Company Registration India acts and laws do not only bring the status of legality but also the level of credibility and reliability in the target market. Companies … Read more

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Things you should Know before Registering a Company in India

Before registering as a company

Find out more about setting up and running a company, before you decide to register as a company. A company has different legal, financial and record keeping responsibilities compared to other business structures.

As setting up a business is an uphill task, one should follow the required process of company formation carefully. Most of the businessman starts doing business casually without giving importance to the company’s formal name and structure. It seems normal but surely it is a serious offense and cause hovac to your business idea and its future. Therefore, registering your company must … Read more

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How to Register Foreign Companies in India

India is one of the fastest growing economies in the world with healthy resources and a large market base. In the past few years, there is a great boost in foreign direct investment in India (FDI) because of the changed regulatory environment in the past few years. Therefore, it is very easy for foreign nationals to start a business in India.

Sometimes people get often confused in “Indian Company” and “Foreign Company”. If a foreign national incorporates a company in India then it is an Indian Company. But when a foreign company set up a branch office in India then … Read more

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Things to consider before company formation

Before you begin to set up your company you need to decide what your business will be about. Market research is essential, to know whether your business idea is viable and whether you can make it a success. You can get this information by setting up focus groups and surveys, as well as by analysing data online or pay professionals to do this for you.

Especially important when it comes to gaining finance for your company your business plan is also a great way of analysing your company’s success.

Things to include in your  business  plan :

  •      Where you are
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