One Person Company

INR 5,499

Package Inclusions:-

  • Memorandum of Association (MOA)
  • Articles of Association (AOA)
  • Certificate of Incorporation (COI)
  • Two Company name reservation via RUN
  • Permanent Account Number (PAN) &TAN
  • 1 Digital Signature Certificate
  • 1 Director Identification Number
  • 100% Money Back guarantee
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LIMITED LIABILITY PARTNERSHIP

INR 5,999
For Traditional Businesses
  • 2 Partners
  • 1 LLP Agreement
  • 1 PAN + 1 Tan Card

PRIVATE LIMITED COMPANY    

INR 8,999
StartUp / Investor Friendly
  • 2 Directors
  • 1 MOA + 1 AOA
  • 1 PAN Card + 1 TAN Card

ONE PERSON COMPANY      

INR 5,499
For Sole Founders
  • 1 Digital Signature
  • 1 ShareHolder
  • 1 PAN Card + 1 TAN Card

PUBLIC LIMITED COMPANY      

INR 19,999
For Sole Founders
  • 1 Digital Signature
  • 1 ShareHolder
  • 1 PAN Card + 1 TAN Card

*Stamp duty Vary State to State
* NRI/Foreign Directors,Charges are extra

 

Documents Required


 

Only Scanned Copies are needed, Scanned copy of PAN Card of all directors and Aadhar card/ Voter ID/ Passport/ Driving

Idproof

ID Proof

Scanned copy of PAN Card of all directors and Aadhar card/ Voter ID/ Passport/ Driving License

Location

Address Proof

Latest Bank statement/ Utility bill in the name of director which should not be older than two months

Photo

Photo

Latest passport size photograph

Office

Registered Office Proof

No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the owner, Utility bill (should not be older than two months) and Notarized Rent agreement (in case of rented property)/ Registry Proof or House Tax Receipt (in case of owned property)

How long does it take?

3-4 DAYS

 

What do you get from our side


 

Everything to open a bank account and Start your business

Idproof

DSC

Digital signature for two directors to digitally sign the documents

Location

Memorandum of Association

Defines the rules and objective of the business

Photo

Articles of Association

Defines the rules and objective of the business

Office

PAN Card

PAN number of the company to open a bank account

 
 
Office

Incorporation Certificate

Certificate of incorporation bearing company's registration number and details

Office

TAN Number

TAN number of the company

Any Question?
Call us on +91-77038-33927

 

Compare your options


 
Private Limited Limited Liability Partnership One Person Company Partnership Firm Sole Proprietorship Public Limited Company
Recommended For Start-ups and growing companies Professional services firms Sole promoters Home businesses Small traders and manufacturers Growth Stage and also for early stage with broad business vision
Ease of Accommodating Investment Very easy to accommodate Possible, but unlikely Possible, but severely unlikely Almost impossible Impossible Very easily
Limited Liability Protection Yes Yes Yes No No Yes
Tax Advantages Few benefits Most efficient Few benefits Minimal Minimal Minimal
Perpetual Existence Yes Yes Yes No No Yes
Statutory Compliances High Low High Minimal Minimal Yes
Shares Listing Yes

Frequently Asked Questions

An OPC can be framed just by a characteristic individual who is an Indian subject and remained in India for at least 182 days in the instantly past logbook year.

Least one Director is required to join an OPC. Further, the sole part can likewise turn into the main chief of the Company till the part designates some other executive.

As per the Companies Act, 2013 and Company (Incorporation) Rules these is no minimum capital requirement to incorporate an OPC in India. You can even start an OPC with a capital contribution as low as Rs. 2. However, the maximum capital allowed is Rs. 50 lakh.

No, a member can’t incorporate more than one OPC as under Companies (Incorporation) Rules, 2014. Further, a Nominee can’t be a nominee and a member in two OPCs.

According to Rule 3 of Companies (Incorporation) Rules, 2014 just a characteristic individual who has accomplished lion's share and is an Indian native and occupant of India in the past date-book year can turn into a Nominee Director in an OPC.

A One Person Company is required to be changed over into a Private Limited or Public Limited organization when it crosses the edge furthest reaches of paid-up capital of Rs. 50 Lakhs or Average Turnover of Rs. 2 Crores in any year.

.Once your threshold limit is crossed either the paid-up capital or the average turnover; the OPC is mandatorily required to convert itself into a Private Company or a Public Company. Follow the steps below after crossing the threshold limit.
.File form INC-5 to inform ROC about the breach of threshold limit within 60 days of breach of limit.
.Convert the OPC into public or private Company as per the Companies Act, 2013 within six months period from the date of breach of threshold limit.

Disadvantages of forming an OPC are-
.Ineligible to carry Non- Financial Business Activities,
.Can’t convert voluntarily in any form of the company before two years of incorporation and prohibited to convert itself at any time into section 8 Company.
.Restrictions of a Private Limited Company apply to OPC also.
.It is more suitable for small entrepreneurs due to limited share capital structure.

The OPC is required to record INC-4 if there should be an occurrence of suspension of participation by virtue of death, inadequacy or change in possession. In a similar shape, the points of interest of another part are required to be specified.

Yes, a form INC-6 is required to be filed with ROC in case of conversion of OPC into any form of the company whether Private or Public Company. Further, a private company is also required to file INC-6 in case of converting itself into an OPC.

Time limit for filing INC-6 is thirty days in case of voluntary conversion and Six months in case of mandatory conversion.

On the off chance that an individual from an OPC turns into the individual from another OPC then inside 180 days he will be required to satisfy the statutory qualification criteria for turning into an individual from just a single OPC and should pull back his enrollment from either OPC.

File INC-4 with the ROC informing about the change in Nominee or withdrawal of consent by the Nominee.

Yes, there is no such legal constraint in the Companies Act if not restricted by the employment agreement. All you need to do is check your employment agreement because it may limit you from becoming a director in other company simultaneously.

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