ROC Filing

3 Points You Must Know About ROC Compliances

1. Timeline for Compliances:

There is a predefined due date to do the compliances as per the provisions of The Companies Act, 2013. Many compliances need to be complied with within the due date to avoid any penalty. Please ask your consultant for the list of compliances applicable to you as it varies from case to case.

2. Fee for Compliance:

The MCA portal provides a fixed fee for every form which is required to be filed. This fee needs to be paid as a government challan at the time of uploading the forms.

3. Professional Help :

Almost all forms need to be verified and signed by a professional being a chartered accountant, a company secretary or an advocate. Hence, professional help is required for doing the compliances under The Companies Act 2013.

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FAQ`s Regarding ROC filing

ROC late filing fees depends on the delay in the number of days of compliance. This amount is payable along with the original challan amount.

At year-end, companies are required to file annual accounts with the Registrar of Companies, as per the provisions of the Companies Act 2013. This is known as roc annual filing.

The Government charges fees for filing ROC forms. The filing of forms is complete only after payment of the prescribed fee. This fee, however, depends on the type of form, the share capital of the company etc.

The annual statements are required to be filed within 30 days from the date of the AGM of the company.

ROC filing is filling with different types of forms applicable to a particular company at the year-end as per the Companies Act 2013.