Labour Compliance

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Establishing a company in India takes 15 to 30 days. It depends on whether you prefer Provident Fund (PF) Registration, ESI Registration, and Professional Tax Registration. Every company structure in India arises from different qualities and is beneficial for various business activities. Therefore, the first thing you do is a plan and discuss your business requirements with our experts and end your suitable structure of a business.

Labour Compliance

Provident Fund (PF) Registration

EPF (Employees Provident Fund) is a scheme under the Employees' Provident Funds and Miscellaneous Terms Act, 1952. EPF usually is like a benefit to an employee during the organization's retirement.

ESI Registration

Employee State Insurance (ESI) is regulated by the Employee State Insurance Corporation, an independent body formed by the law following the Ministry of Labour and Employment, Government of India. This scheme is started for Indian workers.

Professional Tax Registration

Professional Tax could be a state-level tax appropriate only for salaried workers and professionals and hired accountants, lawyers, doctors, etc. Business partners, salaried individuals, and people who held several occupations get under this tax pay.

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Mandatory Annual Filings

Every Company registered under the Companies Act must file individual returns with the registrar of companies annually, whether Private Limited Company / OPC or Limited Liability Partnership is required to register their returns annually.

Changes In Pvt Ltd Company

The Changes in a Pvt Ltd company may have to be changed for several reasons, including change of objective of the business, change of management, rebranding, etc. It can change at any time with the approval of the shareholders and MCA.

Accounting & Tax

Tax accounting services (TAS) Maintain tax accounting issues and focus on necessary tax aspects of the business. TAS refers to the laws used to create tax assets and liabilities in a company's accounting reports.

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