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Private limited 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 private limited company.
Every private limited company has to file an annual return to the ROC of respective States. AOC-4 and MGT-& or &A is required to file every year.as annual return.
Yes, a separate PAN card is required for a private limited company because a private limited 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
Private Limited Company is a corporate assessee however 25% or 30% income tax applicable on private limited company.
Many times startups need to borrow money and take things on credit. In case of normal Partnerships,Partners personal savings and property would be at risk incase business is not able to repay its loans.
Private limited company is popular and well known business structure. Corporate Customers, Vendors and Govt. Agencies preferto deal with Private Limited Company instead of proprietorship or normal partnerships.
Pvt. Ltd. company enjoys wide options to raise funds through bank loans, Angel Investors, Venture Capitalists, in comparison to LLPs and OPCs.
Investors like to invest in Private Limited companies as it is well structured and less strings attached. Most important is that it is very easy to exit from a private limited company.
For startups putting together a team and keeping them for long time is a challenge, due to confidence attached to private limited structure, it is easy to hire people as well motivate them with corporate designations and stock options.
Private Ltd. is easy to sell, very less documentation and cost is involved in selling a Pvt. Ltd. company. Stamp Duty involved in selling shares is much lesser than selling the assets of the business.
Punjab Rs. 10550, Gujarat & Rajasthan Rs. 5500, Kerala Rs. 2000, Madhya Pradesh Rs.7500.