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APEDA REGISTRATION Description Agriculture and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA) is an agency of Government of India constituted under Agriculture and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority Act, 1985 to further the development of export of scheduled products by way of providing financial assistance, information, statistics, formulating standards & implementing it leading to the development of scheduled products. The products specified under the APEDA ACT are called schedule products. All the exporters of scheduled product(s) need to register themselves with APEDA. The application for registration shall be made within a month from the date of undertaking of such export unless the time limit for aforesaid registration is extended by the Authority for sufficient cause. This registration is one-time registration and shall be valid and subsisting unless it is cancelled by the Authority. Benefits of APEDA Registration? • It’s a mandatory registration by the exporters of scheduled products. • It is a one-time registration • It enables registered members to participate in training programmes organised in various aspects of the Industries for scheduled products. • It enables the registered exporter to apply for financial assistance schemes of APEDA. Documents Required:- Merchant Exporter 1. Self-certified copy of Import-Export code issued by D.G.F.T. 2. Cancelled cheque 3. Bank A/c statement of bank account of firm (last 2 months) 4. Bank Certificate duly signed by the Authorities
APEDA REGISTRATION: ------------------------------- Agriculture and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA) is an agency of Government of India constituted under Agriculture and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority Act, 1985 to further the development of export of scheduled products by way of providing financial assistance, information, statistics, formulating standards & implementing it leading to the development of scheduled products. The products specified under the APEDA ACT are called schedule products. All the exporters of scheduled product(s) need to register themselves with APEDA. The application for registration shall be made within a month from the date of undertaking of such export unless the time limit for aforesaid registration is extended by the Authority for sufficient cause. This registration is one-time registration and shall be valid and subsisting unless it is cancelled by the Authority. Benefits of APEDA Registration? • It’s a mandatory registration by the exporters of scheduled products. • It is a one-time registration • It enables registered members to participate in training programmes organised in various aspects of the Industries for scheduled products. • It enables the registered exporter to apply for financial assistance schemes of APEDA.
Provident Fund  INTRODUCTION: Provident fund is a savings scheme for the benefit of the employees run by the government. Employees Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) is a governmental body which maintains and oversees the fund. Contribution to PF is mandatory for every employee, employers also contributes equally to the provident fund. Amount accumulated in the fund can be withdrawn at the time of retirement along with interest.  Who is required to register? Organisations employing 20 or more members are required to register with PF department. Strength of 20 includes contract employees. Companies can also register themselves voluntarily. Employers are required to register with PF department within one month from the date of reaching 20 employees  FAQS Q1. Why should an employer register his/her establishment on the EPFO Employer portal? ANS: Remittance by the employer has to be done only after generating challan from the EPFO. Hence, it is mandatory for every employer to register in the EPFO portal. Q2. Which PAN is required for registration? ANS: The PAN issued by the Income Tax of India in the name of the establishment is to be entered. Q3.What is the due date for PF returns? ANS: Due date for monthly PF return is 25thof every month and due date for annual PF return is 25thApril Q4. What are the consequences for non-registration? ANS: The online generation of challan will not be possible if the employer has not registered his/her establishment. The employer has to register and create his/her user id & password for accessing the Employer Portal of EPFO. Q5. What are the compliance requirements for an employer? ANS: Every employer has to generate challan and pay the amount due by 15th of every month. Also, employers are required to file PF returns.
FSSAI REGISTRATION Description Set up under Food Safety and Standards Act, 2006, The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) is an agency of the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India. The agency is responsible for the protection and promotion of public health by continuous inspection and regulation of food safety. The primary objective of FSSAI is to lay down science based standards for articles of food and to regulate their manufacture, storage, distribution, sale and import to ensure availability of safe and wholesome food for human consumption. Obtaining a FSSAI certificate has now become mandatory for all manufacturers, traders, restaurants and all those involved in food business, commonly known as Food Business Operators (FBOs). We offer complete end-to-end support to FBOs in obtaining FSSAI License in the minimum time frame so that they can start their business endeavor comfortably. From filling the FSSAI application form to obtaining the right license, our FSSAI experts will guide you on the Licensing procedures & provide solutions to all your queries. Who should have FSSAI License? o Hotels o Restaurants o Food Chains o Packaged Food Manufacturers o Food Sellers and Re-sellers o Canteens in Corporate Companies, Schools, Colleges, Hospitals, Government Institutions o Food Importers and Exporters o Raw Material Suppliers to Food Businesses Features of FSSAI License Single-point Access – By obtaining FSSAI License, you will get single point access to all laws and departmental controls. IEC code holder does not require filing of any returns. High Consumer Confidence – Having a proper food license in the back, you can easily take your customers into confidence. It paves the way for high degree of consumer confidence in quality & safety of food. Unified License – A single license is sufficient to control one or more articles of food and for different establishments or premises in the same local area. Documents Required Proprietorship 1. PAN Card 2. ID Proof – any 2 (Voter ID or Passport or Driving License, Aadhaar Card or Bank Passbook with photograph) 3. Address Proof – any 2 (Voter ID or Passport or Gas Bill or Bank Statement) 4. Bank Account authentication Details (Cancelled Cheque) 5. Registered Office Address Proof Electricity Bill along with Rental Agreement 6. Three photographs Partnership Firm 1. PAN card of all partners 2. ID Proof of partners – any 2 (Voter ID or Passport or Driving License, Aadhaar Card or Bank Passbook with photograph) 3. Address Proof of partners – any 2 (Voter ID or Passport or Gas Bill or Bank Statement) 4. Bank Account authentication Details (Cancelled Cheque) 5. Registered Office Address Proof Electricity Bill along with Rental Agreement 6. Three photographs of all Partners 7. Partnership deed 8. Company Pan card copy Private Limited Company 1. Company Pan card copy 2. PAN card of all directors 3. ID Proof of directors – any 2 (Voter ID or Passport or Driving License, Aadhaar Card or Bank Passbook with photograph) 4. Address Proof of directors – any 2 (Voter ID or Passport or Gas Bill or Bank Statement) 5. Current A/c Bank Statement last 1 month 6. Registered Office Address Proof Electricity Bill along with Rental Agreement 7. Three photographs of all directors 8. Incorporation Certificate 9. Board Resolution copy for Authorising director 10. List of Products
Goods & Services Tax (GST) :- ------------------------------------- What is a meaning of Goods & Services Tax (GST)? GST is an indirect tax which is applicable on all supply of goods & services in India. GST shall be levied in place of existing sales tax, VAT, excise duty, customs, service tax, luxury tax etc. If you are supplying goods and services in India, then it is mandatory to take the GST registration. How to register for GST in India? GST registration is a complete online procedure which is done by applying on GSTN website directly. All supporting documents are uploaded on the GSTn directly and once, they are fine, registration is granted. Let us understand it in three steps: # Arrange documents: The first step is to arrange all documents which are required for GST registration. Further, since GST is a completely new tax, one should get the documents checked by a professional to avoid the rejection from the department. # File application:After arranging all the documents, one should file the documents along with online application on the GSTN website. Make sure all the documents uploaded are off appropriate size otherwise you will face uploading problem. # GST registration: If the government officer finds all the documents in place, then they shall issue the GST registration certificate in India. It generally takes 5 to 7 days for GST registration.
Register Goods and Services Tax (GST Registration) India ======================================================== Rs. 999 /- Register Goods & Service Tax Important Points - GST Registration in 5 days. - Completely online service- No physical presence required. - Mandatory for manufacturer, trader and service provider in India.
EPF Registration:- ---------------------- The work culture today depends on the welfare of employees, with employers scrambling to ensure their employees are entitled to the best care and benefits. An Employee Provident Fund is an initiative designed to offer social security benefits to employees of a particular organisation, building stronger employee-employer bonds. In order to enjoy these benefits to the hilt, employers need to follow a set of rules and guidelines laid out, with registration forming the first step. Eligibility for registration Registration is mandatory for companies/organisations which employ more than 20 individuals, including contractual and permanent employees. Smaller organisations which do not have the minimum strength can voluntarily register themselves. Companies which grow to a strength of 20 members are expected to register themselves within one month from the time of attaining this strength, with penalties applicable for delays in registration. Co-operative societies are expected to register if their employee strength increases to 50 or more and registered organisations continue to be under the purview of the rules and regulations of the Act even if their employee strength falls below the minimum specified number.
FSSAI REGISTRATION:- ------------------------------ Set up under Food Safety and Standards Act, 2006, The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) is an agency of the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India. The agency is responsible for the protection and promotion of public health by continuous inspection and regulation of food safety. The primary objective of FSSAI is to lay down science based standards for articles of food and to regulate their manufacture, storage, distribution, sale and import to ensure availability of safe and wholesome food for human consumption. Obtaining a FSSAI certificate has now become mandatory for all manufacturers, traders, restaurants and all those involved in food business, commonly known as Food Business Operators (FBOs). We offer complete end-to-end support to FBOs in obtaining FSSAI License in the minimum time frame so that they can start their business endeavor comfortably. From filling the FSSAI application form to obtaining the right license, our FSSAI experts will guide you on the Licensing procedures & provide solutions to all your queries.
LIMITED LIABILITY PARTNERSHIP:- ----------------------------------------------  Introduction: Limited Liability Partnership is a hybrid of Partnership and Limited Company. It has the simplicity of the partnership. It has taken the virtues of a Company i.e. Limited Liability, perpetual existence, no restrictions regarding number of partnerIn view of the potential for growth of the service sector, requirement of providing flexibility to small enterprises to participate in Joint Ventures and agreements, the formation of LLP’s should be encouraged. One more development is that Foreign Direct Investment is allowed in Limited Liability Partnership.  Advantages Of LLP: Low set-up cost – LLP has no authorized capital requirement, significantly lowering the cost of setting up as compared to a Private Limited Company. Limited Liability– Personal assets of partners are safe; a liability of LLP is limited to the assets of LLP Minimal Compliances– Unlike in private Limited Company, no audit is required in LLP. An LLP’s accounts are required to be audited only if it has turnover greater than₹ 40 lakhs or capital contribution of over ₹ 25 lakhs. Tax Advantages – LLP offers some important advantages over a private limited company. For example, Dividend Distribution Tax and tax surcharge are not applicable; hence fewer taxes have to be paid. Loans to partners are also not taxable. Separate Legal Entity – An LLP is a legal entity and a juristic person established under the Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008. Legal Requirements:  Minimum 2 designated Partners  No mandatory Minimum Capital Requirement  At least one Indian Resident as Designated Partner  DPIN for all designated Partners Documents Required: Scanned Copy of the Following Documents has to be Provide by the Promoters of the Company:  PAN card copy with Self attestation.  Voter Id copy or Passport copy or Aadhar card copy or Driving license copy with self-attestation.  Latest Bank account statement or Mobile /Telephone bill or Electricity Bill (not older than two months)- no need for self-attestation.  Latest passport size photo in jpg.  For the registered office proof of the company, if the property is rented/ leased, then copy or rental agreement or lease agreement.  Copy of Electricity bill or Property Tax receipt or Water Tax receipt not older than two months.  Copy of No objection certificate from the owner of the property.  If owned property, copy of Sale Deed and Electricity bill is sufficient.  In case of NRI or Foreign national, Passport copy has to be notarized at the Indian Embassy of the particular country.  Utility bill has to be provided of the particular country where the NRI or Foreign national resides and it should be notarized.
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