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As per Companies Act, 2013 every company is required to file their Audited financial statements within 30 days from the Conclusion of Annual General Meeting and file a Annual return within 60 days from the conclusion of Annual General Meeting.
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Filing of ROC Annual return enables the business to comply with the statutory requirement of law.
Filing of ROC returns with in the due date helps the Company to avoid penalties under the Companies Act, 2013.
The annual returns filed are all public documents and can be viewed by public on payment of requisite fee. Timely filing would help the company to enjoy a premium brand image.
Incorporation certificate, MOA and AOA.
A copy of audited financial statement of the company along with Auditor’s report.
A certified true copy of all the board resolution passed during the year.
A copy of notice of annual general meeting and the report on AGM along with director’s report.
Auditor has to be appointed within 15 days from the date of conclusion of Annual General Meeting. The Form ADT-1 has to be provided.
There are 2 forms to be filed for ROC returns namely, AOC-4 filing of audited financial statement and MGT-7 filing of Annual return.
Both Company and directors are liable for filing ROC returns.
Yes. The Companies need to display MGT-7 Annual Return on their website.
It has to be signed by the chairman. If the Chairman is not authorised by the board, then it has to be signed by at least 2 directors.
Yes. It is mandatory to conduct AGM – Annual General Meeting in every year.