As a part of the Companies ACT 2013, a Nidhi Registered company is a non banking finance sector company. A Nidhi Company is put for the benefit of the members. The soul of the Nidhi Company function is to borrow and lend money between the members. A Nidhi registered company can also be called as a Mutual fund, Beneficial fund and Permanent fund company. Being a finance based company, it has lot of documents to deal with regarding the lending and how the funds were allocated to stay legal. As they are under the control of the central government they have to be producing the statements in correct time frame.
Nidhi falls under the Non Bank Financial Company (NBFC) where the rules are governed by Reserve Bank of India (RBI), as a result of this RBI has the power to direct how the company accepts the deposit and as such.However, since Nidhis deal with their shareholder-members only, RBI has exempted such notified firms from the core provisions of the RBI Act and other directions applicable to NBFCs.It should contain Nidhi Limited in its name.
The term Nidhi on its own means treasure, with that concept here the establishment is done with the goal to induce mutual benefit without the single person point of view present.
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Documentation for Nidhi company ROC filing
Address Proof of Partners
Memorandum of Association
DSC and DIN of Directors.
Articles of Association.
The above price might vary as per the deed and amount of contribution
Trademark filing excludes government fees
Requirements for Nidhi compliances
- Form AOC-4: For filing financial statements and other supporting documents to the Registrar of Companies.
- Form MGT-7: For filing Annual Return and other documents by Companies to the Registrar of Companies.
- Form NDH-1: Within 90 days from the close of the Financial Year duly certified by practicing professional.
- Form NDH-3: Within 30 days from the conclusion of each half year duly certified by practicing professional.
FAQs About Nidhi compliances
What is a Nidhi Company ?
As a part of the Companies ACT 2013, a Nidhi Registered company is a non banking finance sector company. A Nidhi Company is put for the benefit of the members. The soul of the Nidhi Company function is to borrow and lend money between the members. A Nidhi registered company can also be called as a Mutual fund, Beneficial fund and Permanent fund company.
What are the forms to be filled ?
Form AOC-4: For filing financial statement and other documents
Form MGT-7: Form for filing Annual Return by Companies having share capital
Form NDH-1: Statutory Compliance
Form NDH-3: half yearly compliance
What is annual compliance ?
It is a returns filing system which keeps the government updated on the activities and functional divisions of the company thus providing the assurance of a proper running company.
Are 200 members important ?
Yes it is mandatory to have 200 members as a part of the company without which the basic half yearly compliance would also fail.
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