Books of Account Finalisation
The basis to determine the outstanding amount of money or outstanding loan must be correctly prepared financial statement of your company. In case the books of account are not completed yet, then you should prioritize the same.
Certification by the Statutory Auditors
The financial statement as prepared in the first step must be verified by the statutory auditor of the company, further, the auditor shall issue a certificate in prescribed manner certifying the outstanding amount /loan for the company as on 31st March 2019
Preparation of Form DPT-3
After you have obtained the certificate from the Statutory Auditors as required under rule 16A, proceed to prepare the eform DPT-3 and fill the particulars carefully. Attach the scan copy of the auditor's certificate and sign the form with any directors DSC
Filing of Form DPT-3 with Govt Fee
Finally, do a pre-scrutiny check of the eform and upload to the mca and pay government fee. The government fee ranges from 300 to 600 based on the authorized capital of the company. In case the DPT-3 is not filed within due date then it can still be filed with an additional fee
The DPT-3 (Return of Deposits) is applicable to all private limited companies, which also includes one person companies (OPC) which have been incorporated on or before 31st March 2019.
For the purpose of filing the return of deposits in form DPT-3, the financial statements must be prepared up to 31st March 2019. In other words, the cut-off date for the return filing is 31st March 2019.