- One Name Approval
- Partners Capital One Lakhs
- Incorporation Certificate
- PAN Card
- Partnership Deed
- Two DSC (Digital Signatures)
- Partnership FirmCompliance Booklet
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You can start any type of business in the form of a Partnership firm.
Income tax return is required to file every year. Other details will be provided in the compliance booklet..
Yes, a separate PAN card is required for a limited liability partnership firm because a Partnership Firmfirm is a separate entity from its 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
Income tax Rateof 25% or 30% will be levied on LLP.
Partnership is treated as a body corporate with a separate entity. However, like a normal partnership, an LLP is governed by a private partnership deed.
An Partnership is a separate legal entity from its Members. On incorporation, it will be issued with a unique registration number by ROC, in the same way as a limited company. This registration number will stay the same throughout the lifetime of the Partnership, even if the LLP changes its name.
Changes in the membership of an LLP do not affect its continued existence. However, it should be noted that if the membership of the LLP falls below two Members, and the LLP continues to trade for more than 6 months with just one Member, the benefits of limited liability are lost.
Common Seal means, the metallic seal of a company which can be affixed only with the approval of the Board of Directors of the Company. It is the signature of the LLP to any document on which it is affixed and binds the company for all obligations undertaken in the document.
The Members of an LLP act as its agents and only have liability up to the amount they have contributed to the LLP – in particular, their capital contribution and undrawn profits. This is a significant advantage over a traditional partnership where the partners generally have unlimited liability.
LLP has a low compliance cost as compared to another form of corporate entities. For compliance of Annual filing of ROC followings forms are required to file:
(a)Form-8 (b) Form-11
Although treated as a separate legal entity from its Members, the LLP is treated for tax purposes as a partnership and the Members are taxed as partners, each being liable for tax on their share of the income or gains of the LLP Tax Compliances & others:
Income Tax- Every LLP is required to file an Income Tax return in Every Year by providing 30% tax on the total income of LLP.
Audit requirement- Under LLP Act, 2008:- Only Those LLPs whose annual turnover exceeds Rs.40 lakhs or whose contribution amount exceeds Rs.25 lakhs are required to get their accounts audited.