The company is a legal creation, and it came into existence with its registration under section 3 of the Companies Act, 2013. The entire process of company incorporation is online, and not a single document is submitted to the ROC for issuance of the Certificate of Incorporation.
The Private Limited Company Registration depends on the authorized capital, location of the registered address, and the number of promoters. In this article, we would be discussing why the cost of the company registration varies on the above-said factors and then will understand how to calculate the cost of company registration in India on a specific capital, state, & number of promoters. The cost of company registration may be grouped in four major heads as explained in the below paragraph.
- Professional Fee Payable to a Consultant Like. Setindiabiz.
- The Government Fee (ROC Fee and Stamp Duty).
- Cost of Digital Signature For Each Promoter.
- GST @ 18% on the Professional Fee and the Cost of DSC.
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Factors Affecting the Over All Private Limited Company Registration Fee
The First Cost Factor – Authorized Capital of Company: The authorized capital of the company is the limit up to which a company can raise its capital. In a company, you come across the words like Authorized Capital, Subscribed Capital and Paid-up Capital, etc.; For a thorough understanding of these terms Click here. The ROC fee of Company Registration is dependent on the amount of authorized capital of the company. It increases with the increase of the capital. You may like to refer to The Companies (The Registration Offices and Fees) Rules, 2014; the Rule 12 prescribe fee to be paid to roc for company registration and filing of other documents based on the authorized capital of the company. For ease of doing business and to promote Startup India mission of the government of India, there is Zero Roc Fee for Incorporation of a Company if the capital of the company is limited to ten lakh.
The Second Cost Factor – The State of Registered Address: A company is incorporated by filing the memorandum of Association & Articles of Association (MOA and AOA) of the company, It is also regarded as the constitution of the company. Refer to our discussion on the MOA and AOA of the company, its meaning and contents. The state governments impose stamp duty on the MOA and AOA of a company which is differently prescribed by each state in India through their specific state laws, kindly refer to the particular stamp Act of the state.
The Third Cost Factor – The Number of Promoters: The application for incorporation is filed with the digital signature of each director and the shareholder (Promoters), and at all places, they have to sign the form digitally. The cost of the digital signature is Rs 750 for each promoter, and our professional fee for handling each promoter beyond two is Rs 1000 each. Hence we can say that the number of promoters.