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Foreign Bank Account Reporting (FBAR) (upto 5 accounts)    
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How to Incorporate Company in India

  • 1

    Submit Documents

    Submit your Details & Documents

  • 2

    Obtaining DSC

    Obtaining DSC

  • 3


    Submission of Forms with ROC

  • 4


    Getting Certification of Incorporation

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Incorporation Service

Resident director

The Resident Director service for incorporation in India is designed to assist foreign companies and investors in meeting the regulatory requirement of having at least one director who is an Indian resident on their board. This service provides a qualified individual who resides in India to fulfill this role, ensuring compliance with the Companies Act, 2013. The resident director acts as a company's legal representative in India, responsible for regulatory and statutory compliance, attending board meetings, and providing strategic guidance. This service is crucial for foreign entities aiming to establish a presence in India, as it navigates the complexities of local corporate governance and regulations, facilitating smoother business operations and incorporation process.

Virtual Office

A Virtual Office service for incorporation in India offers businesses a prestigious address and communication services without the need for a physical office space. This cost-effective solution is ideal for startups, small businesses, or foreign companies entering the Indian market. It provides a registered office address required for legal incorporation, mail handling, and forwarding services, along with access to meeting rooms and office facilities on demand. Virtual Office services also include support for compliance with local regulations, helping businesses maintain a corporate presence in India while operating remotely. This service enables companies to establish credibility, meet statutory requirements, and manage their corporate affairs efficiently without significant overheads.

Post Incorporation Compliances

Post Incorporation Compliances for incorporation in India refer to the mandatory regulatory and legal obligations that businesses must fulfill after being officially registered. This service ensures that newly established companies adhere to the necessary filings, tax registrations, and operational compliances as required by Indian law. It includes obtaining a Permanent Account Number (PAN), Tax Deduction Account Number (TAN), registration under Goods and Services Tax (GST), compliance with the Companies Act, and adherence to labor laws. The service provides guidance and assistance in navigating the complex landscape of Indian corporate regulations, helping companies to remain in good legal standing, avoid penalties, and maintain operational integrity. This crucial support facilitates a smooth transition into the business ecosystem, enabling companies to focus on growth and development.

Winding up of company

Winding up of a company in India involves legally dissolving the business and ceasing operations, a process that requires strict adherence to various compliances and regulatory requirements. This service assists companies in navigating the winding-up process, ensuring all legal and financial obligations are met. It includes the preparation and filing of necessary documents with the Registrar of Companies (RoC), settling outstanding debts, distributing remaining assets to shareholders, and obtaining clearance from tax authorities. The service aims to ensure that the company is dissolved in an orderly and compliant manner, minimizing liabilities for directors and shareholders. It's crucial for businesses seeking to exit the market or dissolve non-viable entities, facilitating a clean and efficient closure.

Taxation on foreign Companies

A company incorporated in India is treated as a tax resident of India and is taxed @ 30%* on its global income. However, if its turnover is up to INR 4,000 Mn in FY 2017-18, then the applicable rate of tax is 25%*. It is required to obtain a PAN and TAN, and file an annual return of income. W.e.f., Assessment Year 2021-22, the domestic company isn’t required to pay dividend distribution tax on any amount declared, distributed or paid by such company by way of dividend. Dividend received from domestic company is taxable in hands of shareholders.* Plus applicable surcharge and cess


The FEMA (Foreign Exchange Management Act) service for incorporation in India offers comprehensive assistance to businesses in navigating the complex regulations related to foreign exchange and cross-border transactions. This service is crucial for companies with foreign investments or those looking to invest abroad, ensuring compliance with FEMA guidelines. It covers a wide range of requirements including foreign direct investment (FDI) reporting, overseas investment declarations, and compliance with repatriation and remittance rules. The service provides expert advice on the legal framework governing foreign exchange transactions in India, facilitating smooth and lawful international business operations. It is essential for companies seeking to maximize their global reach while adhering to India's regulatory environment, thereby safeguarding against legal risks and penalties.

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Document Required for Incorporation in India





Residential Proof

Bank Statment given


Act as Directors


Other entities


Form INC-9





Residential Proof

Bank Statment given


Form INC-9


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