- ROC filing in AOC-4 & MGT-7 for Companies
- Excludes Auditor appointment and Fees for any kind of audit
Who Should Buy
- Every registered Company
Documents To Be Submitted
- Copy of MoA, AoA
- Copy of board resolution
- List of shareholders with holdings
- Details of board composition
- Secreterial Audit Report
- Last year’s tax return
- Particulars of penalties or compounding offences (if applicable)
The Registrar of Companies ( ROC ) is an office under the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA), which is the body that deals with the administration of companies and Limited Liability Partnerships in India. The ROCs are tasked with the principal duty of registering both the companies and LLPs across the states and the union territories. They maintain a registry of records concerning companies which are registered with them and allow the general public in accessing this information on payment of a stipulated fee. The Central Government preserves administrative control over the Registrar of Companies with the help of Regional Directors.
Income tax return is submitted to Income Tax department whereas ROC returns are filed with Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) with whom the company is registered. It is mandatory to file the prescribed ROC forms and other returns on annual basis.