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IMF Company (Insurance Company) Registration

Inclusive of all taxes

What you get?

  • One Name Approval
  • Authorised Capital 10 Lakhs
  • Incorporation Certificate
  • PAN Card
  • TAN (TDS)
  • MOA & AOA
  • Share Certificate
  • Company Compliance Booklet

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You have to submit following documents / information

  1. Two Proposed Name of the Company
  2. Products / Services details of Organisation
  3. Nature of Business
  4. Directors' KYC:
    • (a) PAN Card
    • (b) Aadhar Card
    • (c) Photo
    • (d) EMail ID
    • (e) Mobile No
    • (f) Education details
    • (g) Place of Birth
    • (h) Bank Statement
    • (i) Voter ID Card or Driving license
    • (j) Passport (if any)
  5. Business Registered Address Proof
    • (a) Electricity Bill (within 2 months)
    • (b) NOC & Rent Agreements (if rented property)
  6. Authorised Capital Amount
  7. Paid up Capital Amount

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  • (a) Minimum 2 Shareholders
  • (b) Minimum 2 Directors
  • (c) At least 1 of the Directors shall be an Indian Resident
  • (d) The directors and shareholders can be the same person.
  • (e) Minimum Authorised Share Capital to be Rs.10 Lac
  • (f) DIN (Director Identification Number) for all Directors
  • (g) DSC(Digital Signature Certificate)for Directors, Shareholders & Witness
  • (h) 1 Witness for MOA / AOA Subscribers

IMF company is suitable for all types of business whether services or products but for consultancy works like doctors, lawyers and chartered account services are suitable in Limited Liability Partnership instead of IMF company.

Every IMF company has to file an annual return to the ROC of respective States. AOC-4 and MGT-& or &A is required to file every annual return.

Yes, a separate PAN card is required for an IMF company because a IMF is a separate entity from owners.

As per GST Act, GST registration is mandatory if turnover exceeds Rs 20/40 lakhs but practically many banks require a GST certificate at the time of opening a bank account.

GST monthly/quarterly return is mandatory for all types of business i.e. even in case of NIL turnover GST return is mandatory to file every month/quarterly.

Yes GST registration Number can be surrendered with valid reason

IMF Company is a corporate assessee however 25% or 30% income tax applicable on IMF company.

Basic Features of IMF Company

Dependency of IMF Company

An IMF Company has a dependency on the honesty, integrity, and loyalty of the member and workers of the company is managed by amateurs as professional because high-end managers are not affordable because of lack of funds.

No License is required

People are apprehensive before investing in the IMF Company as the company doesn't require licensing from RBI. An easy source of loan to members against collateral.

Cheaper to Borrow

As a member, one can borrow money at a minimum rate, relative to the rate at which banks lend money. This can be a major advantage in times of need, as different individuals in the mutual benefit society are likely to need funds at different points in time.

Encourages Savings

An IMF Company encourages all its members to save money and encourages a thrifty lifestyle. An IMF Company, after all, is a mutual benefit society wherein members can lend or borrow money and accept financial aid amongst them.

Fewer Complications

Borrowing and lending to known persons, where the procedure is fixed, is much less complicated than dealing with banks or in an informal setting. An IMF Company enables its members to unlock the potential of their money and gain from lower interest rates when they require money themselves.

Better Credibility

An IMF Company enjoys better credibility when compared to Mutual Benefit Organizations. IMF companies are registered and monitored by the Central Government. Mutual Benefits Organization is on the other hand governed and monitored by State Governments.

Taxation Impact

Income Tax- Every Private Company is required to file an Income Tax return in Every Year by providing 30% tax on the total income of companies.

Tax Audit– Mandatory in case sales, turnover or gross receipts of a business exceed Rs. One Crore in the previous year relevant to the assessment year.