What is TDS (Tax Deducted at Source) ? TDS is a medium of collecting Income Tax in India under the Indian Income Tax Act of 1961. According to the Income Tax Act, if any organization or a person is providing salary / payment have to deduct tax at source, it the payment exceeds certain threshold limits.
Comply the mandatory compliance for your Company with the provisions of Companies Act, 2013 Appointment of First Auditor. Preparing and printing Share certificates Quarterly Compliance (After Every 90 Days) Holding the Board Meeting Drafting the notice of Board Meeting Preparing minutes thereof Preparation of attendance sheets of the board meetings, Preparing the directors’ disclosures of
As per section 139(6) of Companies Act 2013, Private Limited company has to appoint its first auditor within 30 days from the date of incorporation in a board meeting. If the board of directors are not able to appoint then it has to be appointed within 90 days in a general meeting of members. First auditor as appointed is required to
We have elaborated below some of the ROC Compliances for Private Limited Company has to comply: Receipt of MBP-1 As per Section 184(1) of Company Act 2013 Every Director of the Company in First Meeting of the Board of Director in each Financial Year will disclose his interest in other entities under (Form MBP-1) Receipt of
What is TDS? TDS is simply Tax Deducted at Source. As per the Income Tax Act – persons responsible for making payments are required to deduct tax at source at prescribed rates. Instead of receiving tax on your income from you at a later date, the govt wants the payers to deduct tax before hand