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Annual Filing of Companies

The cost for annual filing with Complianceship is:

Private Company (Small Company): Rs. 2,500 (govt. fee extra on actual)

Public Company: Rs. 3,000 (govt. fee extra on actual)

Annual Filing of Companies

Every company in addition to file other forms is required to file its financial statement along with annual return as on the date of closure of financial year. Further this also includes the performance of the company during the year. The performance reporting is to be done in a specified format, i.e. by filing Form AOC-4 and MGT-7 on the basis of balance sheet and directors report. AOC-4 is used to report the financial figures, whereas MGT-7 is used to provide annual information related to the shareholders/stakeholders of the Company. Since this forms provide data for a financial year and hence the reporting through this is done after the finalization of books of accounts. These documents i.e. financial statements and annual return is to be filed within 30 days and 60 days of the date of Annual General Meeting in which financials are approved by the shareholders respectively.

In case of default in filling the documents, company would be attracted with the penalty of Rs. 100 per day till the default subsists.

We, Complianceship, help to file company annual return at very affordable prices and without any hassle.

The annual filing has been categorized as follows:

  1. Small Company annual filing: Every private company whose paid up share capital is less than Rs. 50 Lakhs and Turnover less than 2 crore is a Small Company.
  2. Other than small company: Every Public Company and Private Company other than small company, whether listed or unlisted, has to file its financial statement i.e Balance sheet, Profit and loss account and Cash Flow Statement along with necessary attachments and annual return is to be filed with the concerned ROC. Every Public Company shall also file the Board resolution for approval of its financial statements along with the Directors Report.

 

 

What will you get

  • Preparation and certification of AOC-4 for filing financial statement
  • Preparation and certification of MGT-7 for filing of Annual Return form
  • Preparation and certification of MGT-14 in case of public company
  • Filing forms with ROC
  • Notice of General meeting with explanatory statement, wherever required
  • Board resolution for adoption of Financial and Directors report
  • Certification of forms and documents wherever required
  • Liasioning with the department
  • 24*7 mail support

Why

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  • Faster processing
  • Easy access for assistance
  • Lowest rate with best services
  • Save your time
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  • Confidentiality of information
  • Experienced expert assistance

Documents required

  • Balance sheet
  • Profit and loss account
  • Cash flow statement for Company other than Small Company
  • Dates of Board/General meeting along with the attendance details
  • List of change in directors, share capital and shareholders of the Company
  • List of shareholder as on closure of financial year

Annual Filing of Companies

Frequently Asked Questions

Ans. The annual forms comprises of :
- AOC-4 known for Filing Financial Statement and other document with the Registrar
- MGT-7 known for Filing Annual Return by Company Apart from this certain other forms are filed by the Company depending on events such as:
- ADT-1 for appointment/reappointment of auditor
- MGT-14 for passing of special resolution
- AOC-4 CFS for filling of consolidated balance sheet etc.
Ans. In case company fails to file its annual filing with ROC, then it would be require to pay Rs. 100 per day penalty till the time default subsist.
Ans. Yes, Unless Prior permission is approved from the relevant department, every company is required to conduct an AGM within 6 months from the end of closure of financial year. Failure to conduct an AGM will attract financial as well as non-financials penalties.
Ans. AOC-4 needs to be filed within 30 days from the date of AGM and MGT-7 needs to be filed within 60 days from the date of AGM.
Ans. It is the responsibility of the Company and director of the Company. Failure to comply would attract huge fines and penalties on the Company as well as individual.