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Annual Compliance of One Person Company
Every Company is required to mandatory file certain documents with the registrar of companies, which includes Annual return, financial statements, secretarial services, compliance management, etc. This compliance system consumes a lot of quality time of company’s management. Thus, it is always preferable to hire a compliance expert in this field, like Unilex.
We have elaborated below some of the common compliance which a company needs to comply with.
Non-Compliance: Non-Compliance If a Company fails to comply with the rules and regulations of the Companies Act, then the Company and every officer who is in default shall be punishable with fine for the period for which default continues. If there is delay in any filing, then additional fees is required to be paid, which keeps on increasing as the time period of non-compliance increases.
Compliance’s Mandatory for One Person Companies (OPC)
Appointment of Auditor
- Every company shall, at the first annual general meeting
- Appoint an individual or a firm as an auditor
- Who shall hold office from the conclusion of that meeting till the conclusion of its sixth annual general meeting
- And thereafter till the conclusion of every sixth meeting
Registers to be Maintained
- Companies are required to maintain some statutory registers under the Act. Some of the are:
- Register of members, charges, loans and investments.
Statutory audit of the Accounts
- Every Company shall prepare its Accounts
- and get the same audited by a Chartered Accountant
- at the end of the Financial Year compulsorily
- The Auditor shall provide an Audit Report and the Audited Financial Statements for the purpose of filing it with the Registrar.
Preparation of Board's Report
- A report by Board of Directors prepared required to be laid before members in Annual General Meeting.
Copy of the Annual Return to be filed with Registrar
- Every company shall file with the Registrar a copy of the annual return
- Within sixty days from the date on which the annual general meeting is held
- Where no annual general meeting is held in any year within sixty days
- From the date on which the annual general meeting should have been held (i.e.30th September)
- Together with the statement specifying the reasons for not holding the annual general meeting.
Copy of financial statement to be filed with Registrar
- Every company shall file with the Registrar
- A copy of the financial statements in E-form AOC-4
- Within 30 days from the date on which the annual general meeting is held
Holding Board Meeting
- Every One Person Company shall hold a minimum number of two meetings of its Board of Directors
- Every year in such a manner that the minimum gap between both the meetings, should not be less than 90 (Ninety) days.
- Memorandum of Association
- Articles of Association
- DSC and DIN of Directors
- Incorporation Certificate
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*Note-the above fees is for a company with a turnover of less than Rs 10 lac per annum.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the mandatory Annual Compliances for a One Person Company?
- Filing of financial statement
- Filing of annual return
- Filing of income tax return
- Conduct board meetings
Is a compulsory to conduct an Annual General Meeting(AGM) or Extraordinary General Meeting(EGM) in an OPC?
No, the provisions of the AGM or EGM does not apply to an OPC.
Is it mandatory to conduct a Board Meeting in an OPC having one director?
No, by entering the required resolutions in a duly signed minute book, you can fulfill the compliance.
Is there any threshold limits for an OPC to mandatory get converted into either private or public company?
In case the paid up share capital of an OPC exceeds fifty lakh rupees or its average annual turnover exceeds during the relevant period exceeds two crore rupees, then the OPC has to mandatory convert into private or public company.