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Annual e-filing with ROC

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Audit Manager

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Posted On 17 November 2011 at 16:04 Report Abuse

Hai frineds

Could anybody help me regarding the following

Iam doing e-filing of annual returns of a private limited company having authorised capital of5 Lakhs. This is the first balancesheet of that pvt. ltd. comp. I came to know That Form 23AC, 23ACA, 20B is to filed with ROC within respective due date. My doubt is besides these forms whether any other form is required to be submitted to ROC ?

Pls Clarrify me.

 


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Sweety Rai
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Posted On 17 November 2011 at 16:49

 No other form are required to file bt required to attached proper attachment wth all forms





CA GOVIND KRISHNA AGARWAL
CA

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Posted On 17 November 2011 at 17:01

Annual Filing

Overview

As a part of Annual eFiling, Companies incorporated under the Companies Act, 1956 are required to efile the following documents with the Registrar of Companies (RoC):

Sr. No. Document e-Form
1 Balance-Sheet Form 23AC to be filed by all Companies*
2 Profit & Loss Account Form 23ACA to be filed by all Companies
3 Annual Return Form 20B to be filed by Companies having share capital
4 Annual Return Form 21A to be filed by companies without share capital
5 Compliance Certificate Form 66 to be filed by Companies having paid up capital of Rs.10 lakh to Rs. 5 crore

Therefore S .No. 1, 2 , 3  is applicable. Form 21A and Form 66 is not required.

Please Note last date is 30th Nov.



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Devang Gajjar
Senior Article

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Posted On 17 November 2011 at 17:08

No. There is no need to file any otrher form. Just file the above mentioned forms with rspectve attachments. If any furher query arise, please do inform I'll reply you in this matter.

 

Regards,

Devang Gajjar

C.A. Final Student



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Rajesh
Accountant

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Posted On 18 November 2011 at 09:31

kindly describe step by step process  e-filing for Annual Returns with ROC, so that dependence on CA's or Company secretary can be minimise or eliminate.

Is it mandatory to efile annual returns through registered CA or company secretary(any)????

Can accountant of company e-file annual returns.

Its urgent




Charu Srivastava
Company Secretary

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Posted On 18 November 2011 at 11:45

To Rajesh

As far as the stepwise filing is concerned download form with instruction kit from the following link

http://www.mca.gov.in/MCA21/Download_eForm_choose.html

Yes it is mandatory to efile Annual Filing through registered CA or company secretary or cost accountant (in Whole Time Paractice). These professional are only authorised to sign these e-form.




Srirang Mahabhagwat
Asst. Company Secretary

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Posted On 18 November 2011 at 18:42

Dear Dhananjay,

 

You also have to file Form 23B with the ROC in respect of Appointment of Statutory Auditor. Since there is no fees for the form there is no case of penalty.

 

BR,

Srirang




fca Shubham
Audit Exe.

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Posted On 19 November 2011 at 11:01

Dear Dhanajay,

you have filed correctly all doc. related to annual filinf of company. but  you have not file form 23B

for appointment of stut. auditor. for further info watch annual filing in MCA

 




CS Ankur Srivastava
Company Secretary & Compliance Officer

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Posted On 19 November 2011 at 16:43

ANY PERSON CAN FILE FORM. ONLY THE REQUIREMENT IS SIGNING AND CERTIFICATION IS THERE. ONLY DIRECTORS/ SECRETARY OF THE COMPANY ARE AUTHORISED TO SIGN ON THE FORM AND ONLY PRACTICING PROFESSIONAL (CA,CS CWA) ARE AUTHORISED TO CERTIFY THE SAME.




Srinivas
Manager

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Posted On 25 November 2011 at 18:55

Hello Experts:

Please clarify the best course of action in the following context:

1. For one of the financial years, while the service fee has been made to CA to file the ROC and also receipt has been received, only recently did one notice that ROC has not been filed!!

In essence, it may be tantamount to default for that specific year. In such case, what is the recourse to the firm's management first to refile the ROC online?

2. Would there be any penalty or interest or late fee on the company( it is a pvt ltd company)? If so, what it is?

3. Is it not the responsibility of CA / service agency, who is supposed to have actually filed but could not to own up that late fee?

4. If you have filed as an authorized entity, can you also please clarify, the role of bank in the ROC filing. ie if the authorized service agent has paid the money for ROC filing to the bank,  if there is any delay at the banks end, would it affect the ROC filing?

5. Would such defaulters list or non-acceptance/rejection/filing status on ROC filing be available with the authorized service agent? In how many days would they be aware if a ROC is actually been filed or not and if so the reasons there of?

Look forward.

Srinivas



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