Sole Proprietorship Firm Registration
In Delhi NCR (Gurgaon & Noida) And Whole India
A Sole proprietorship is a business which is owned, managed and controlled by a single person. It is one of the most common form of business in India, utilized by small businesses operating in the unorganized sectors.
Proprietorship is recognized by other registrations, such as a service or sales tax registration. It has too many shortcomings, such as unlimited liability of proprietor, and it does not have continuous existence. For these reasons it is considered by small merchants and traders as a business structure. Sole Proprietorship Registration is done through Balaji IP.
What Is Included In Our Package?
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Procedure For Company Registration
How we serve you the best
Complete our Simple Form Online
You need to fill out a simple company registration form which will gather all the required information & will help us while filing your registration.
Verfication of Documents
For further procedures, details provided by you will be verified by our experts.
2 WORKING DAY
Submission of Document
We will create all the required documents and file them with appropriate authority.
3 WORKING DAY
Your work is Completed, Congratulations.
Once your proprietorship is incorporated, we will intimate you about the same.
Documents Required For Proprietorship Registration
Why Proprietorship Registration?
Frequently Asked Questions
The Proprietor must be an Indian citizen and a Resident of India.
Proprietorship firms do not have a Certificate of Incorporation.
There is no limit on the minimum capital for starting a Proprietorship. Therefore, a Proprietorship can be started with any amount of minimum capital.
To open a bank account for a Proprietorship, Reserve Bank of India mandates that the proprietor must provide two forms of registration for the Proprietorship firm along with the PAN Card, identity proof and address proof of the Proprietor. The two forms of registration can be any two of the following: service tax registration, MSME registration, VAT/TIN/CST registration, Shop & Establishment Act registration, Professional license, Chartered Accountant certificate or others as provided in the RBI Know Your Customer norms.
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