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Form of Business Private Limited Company One Person Company Limited Liability Partnership Partnership Firm Sole Proprietor
Recommended for Startup & Growing business One Man Army Partnership firm with legal shield Business manage by  2 or more partners Business manage by single person
Limited Liability Protection Available Available Available Not Available Not Available
Whether business name secure? Yes Yes Yes No No
Tax on profit 25% 30% 30% 30% 10-30%
Equity Funding Possible Not possible Not possible Not possible Not possible
Loan & Borrowings Easy Easy Easy Difficult Difficult
Audit Requirement Mandatory Mandatory If annual turnover exceeds Rs.40 Lacs
or Capital exceeds Rs.25 Lacs
If annual turnover exceeds Rs.1 crore If annual turnover exceeds Rs.1 crore
  Starts from
₹16499
Starts from
₹15499
Starts from
₹7999
Starts from
₹1999
Starts from
₹1499

07

Sep

Secret to convert a start-up into a successful company

Posted By: E-StartupIndia

  Secret to convert a start-up into a successful company   Start-ups don’t need a brilliant idea to start but offering better technology and services than they have now helped the startups to make money. Private Limited Company I

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24

Aug

Legal Form to do Business, Types, Advantage & Disadvantage

Posted By: E-StartupIndia

What is the best legal form to do business? Nowadays, the term Startup is not new to us. Cities like Bangalore, Pune, Delhi, Kolkata and other metro cities of India have become Startup hub. The young generation with new ideas is coming up with the s

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16

Aug

One Person Company Advantages and Disadvantages

Posted By: E-StartupIndia

One Person Company   One Person Company or the OPC is a single person owned company, that is, it has only one shareholder. An OPC is a private limited company. In a One Person Company, there is a single shareholder you can also act as the dire

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