Mandatory Compliances for an LLP (Limited Liability Partnership)

All LLPs registered with the Ministry of Corporate Affairs need to file Annual Returns and Statement of Accounts for every Financial Year. It is mandatory for a LLP to file a return irrespective of whether it has done any business. There are three mandatory compliance requirements to be followed by LLPs.

  • Filing of Annual Return
  • Filing of Statement of the Accounts or Financial Statements
  • Filing of Income Tax Returns

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Modes of Funding/Capital Infusion for Startups

A successful business requires investment of time, effort and MONEY for its long term growth and prosperity.  Infusion of funds is an essential pre-requirement, especially for Startups if they want to scale up and make their brand popular and visible.

Innovative and promising Startups or businesses always attract enterprising investors who are ready to stake their money and a get a good return out of the same. The difficult part arrives when the decision on the mode of funding has to be evaluated. Continue reading “Modes of Funding/Capital Infusion for Startups”

Penalty for Non-filing of LLP annual returns – Can winding up save penalty?

Although Limited Liability Partnership is one of the most popular forms of starting a business, there are various compliances which are required to be followed annually once the business is incorporated.

The Annual Compliances of LLP primarily include:

  • Filing of Annual Return of the LLP in Form 8 – Due date 30th October of the succeeding FY
  • Filing of Financial Statements of the LLP in Form 11 – Due date 30th May of the succeeding FY

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Consequences of Non-Filing of Annual Return and Financial Statements

The consequences of Non-Filing of Annual Return and Financial Statements are severe and one must be aware as well as cautious in this regard. Companies Act 2013 require every Company to file its Annual Return and Financial Statements with the Registrar of Companies, containing information as prescribed in this regard, within 60 days from the date of holding the Annual General Meeting. Continue reading “Consequences of Non-Filing of Annual Return and Financial Statements”

What is Statutory Audit

Audits are primarily aimed at protecting a company’s shareholders. They help investors gain confidence in a company and reflect the company’s true business health and performance.

A fast-paced business environment combined with the need to be in sync with the global standards has raised the performance bar for companies and brought in high-quality statutory requirements in the country. Continue reading “What is Statutory Audit”