Welcome to Compliance Salahkar: Your Trusted Compliance Partner
- Private Limited Company Compliance : We assist private limited companies in fulfilling their legal and regulatory obligations, including company formation, annual compliance management, secretarial services, tax compliance, legal audits, and compliance training.
- One Person Company (OPC) Compliance : For sole proprietors venturing into the corporate world, we offer specialized compliance services tailored to the unique requirements of one person companies. From incorporation to ongoing compliance management, we ensure that your OPC operates smoothly and compliantly.
- Section 8 Company Compliance : Section 8 companies, also known as non-profit organizations, have specific compliance requirements distinct from other corporate entities. Our team provides expert guidance on registration, compliance with charitable laws, maintaining tax-exempt status, and fulfilling reporting obligations.
Why a Private Limited Company is the better choice for you :
- Limited liability protection shields personal assets from business liabilities.
- Enhanced credibility and trust among clients, investors, and stakeholders.
- Separate legal entity status ensures business continuity and stability.
- Flexible fundraising options through share issuance and access to diverse funding sources.
- Tax benefits including lower corporate tax rates and dividend distribution options.
- Easy transferability of shares facilitates ownership changes and succession planning.
- Less stringent compliance requirements compared to public corporations, ideal for SMEs.
Why you must consider opting for a One Person Company :
- Limited Liability: Offers personal asset protection from business liabilities.
- Sole Ownership: You retain full control and decision-making authority.
- Separate Legal Entity: OPC enjoys legal recognition, enhancing credibility.
- Minimal Compliance: Fewer regulatory obligations compared to other structures.
- Lower Costs: Reduced compliance costs and administrative burden.
- Flexibility: Ideal for solo entrepreneurs with limited resources.
- Professional Image: Projects a formal business identity, aiding in client and investor relations.
Why you must choose a Section 8 Company :
- Tax Benefits: Enjoy tax exemptions on income generated from charitable activities.
- Social Impact: Make a positive difference by focusing on charitable objectives and social welfare causes.
- Limited Liability: Personal assets are protected from the organization’s debts and liabilities.
- Donor Confidence: Transparency and accountability build trust among donors and supporters.
- Perpetual Succession: The organization continues to exist regardless of changes in leadership.
- Access to Funding: Eligible for grants, funding opportunities, and government schemes.
- Professional Recognition: Demonstrates commitment to ethical practices and accountability.
Are you ready to take the next step?
- Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can support your compliance journey.
Key documents typically required for registering a Private Limited Company
Key documents typically needed for registering a One Person Company
Key documents typically needed for registering a Section 8 Company
Key features of Private Limited Companies
Key features of One Person Company
Key features of Section 8 Companies
Why Choose Compliance Salahkar?
|Private Limited Company
|One Person Company
|Limited Liability Partnership
|Companies Act, 2013
|Companies Act, 2013
|Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008
|Indian Partnership Act, 1932
|No specified Act
|Number of members
|2 – 200
|2 – Unlimited
|2 – 50
|Number of Director/Partner
|2 – 15
|2 – Unlimited
|2 – Unlimited
|Separate Legal Entity
|Ownership Transfer ability
How we work with clients for
company registration :
Documentation and Information Gathering
Filing with the Authorities
Drafting of Legal Documents
Review and Approval
Issuance of Certificates
Follow-Up and Monitoring
Client Satisfaction Follow-Up
We Offer services :
Company registration is the process of legally incorporating a business entity with the relevant government authority. It is necessary to establish the legal existence of the company, define its structure, and comply with regulatory requirements.
The common types of business entities include Private Limited Company, Public Limited Company, Limited Liability Partnership (LLP), Sole Proprietorship, and Partnership Firm, each with its own set of advantages, limitations, and compliance requirements.
The basic requirements typically include a unique company name, registered office address, minimum number of directors or partners (as per the chosen business structure), and adherence to legal and regulatory guidelines.
The duration of the company registration process varies depending on factors such as the type of business entity, completeness of documentation, and processing time by the regulatory authorities. Generally, it can take anywhere from a few days to several weeks.
The required documents typically include identity and address proofs of directors/partners, proof of registered office address, Memorandum of Association (MOA), Articles of Association (AOA), and other incorporation-related documents.
Directors are responsible for managing the affairs of the company and making strategic decisions, while shareholders are the owners of the company who invest capital and may participate in profit-sharing through dividends.
While it is possible to register a company independently, many businesses opt to engage professionals such as Chartered Accountants (CAs), Company Secretaries (CSs), or registration consultants to ensure compliance, accuracy, and efficiency in the registration process.
After registration, companies are required to comply with various regulatory obligations, including filing of annual returns, maintaining statutory records, conducting board meetings, adhering to tax regulations, and fulfilling other legal requirements as per the applicable laws.
Yes, it is possible to change the name, structure, or other particulars of a company after registration, subject to compliance with legal procedures and approval from the regulatory authorities.
Non-compliance with registration requirements and ongoing regulatory obligations may result in penalties, fines, legal liabilities, loss of business opportunities, and even dissolution of the company in extreme cases.
Registering a company provides limited liability protection to its owners, enhances credibility with customers and suppliers, enables easier access to funding and investment opportunities, and offers potential tax benefits.
The requirements for a registered office address vary by jurisdiction. While some jurisdictions may allow the use of a virtual office, others may require a physical address where legal notices and official correspondence can be delivered.
Yes, foreign nationals and non-residents can register a company in India subject to compliance with Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) regulations, Reserve Bank of India (RBI) guidelines, and other regulatory requirements applicable to foreign-owned entities.
The minimum capital requirement for registering a company varies depending on the type of business entity and the jurisdiction in which it is being registered. In many cases, there is no specific minimum capital requirement.
Yes, a registered company can operate in multiple states or jurisdictions within India by obtaining necessary registrations, permits, and licenses as required by the respective state governments or regulatory authorities.