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Any payment or any remittance is done to a Non-resident is subject to many rules and regulations. Initially, when an individual user to make payment or remittance to Non-Resident, he was bound to furnish a certificate in a standard format specified by RBI. The purpose behind collecting the taxes at the time of the remittance is to avoid a situation where it becomes difficult or impossible to collect the tax from the NRI later. Now in order to check and track the transactions in a well- manner, re-filling of data in the certificates is introduced. Section 195 of the Income tax act, 1961 makes it compulsory to deduct the Income-tax from payments made to Non-Resident. The person making payment/ remittance to non – resident holds the responsibility to furnish an undertaking (in form 15CA) attested by a Chartered Accountants Certificate in Form 15CB. So when a person has to make any payment or remit any money to non-resident, the bank will have to verify the payment of tax and act accordingly. For the deduction of tax, there are certain tax slabs, formed for different specific amounts on which tax is levied and two Forms, Form 15CA, and Form 15CB for two different cases, which has to be submitted online duly filled. The Form 15CA has to be furnished online by a person making any remittance of foreign nature to a non-resident. The Form 15CB regulates the tax deduction as per the income tax rules and also prohibits the double tax provision. The filing of Form 15CB requires an attestation from a chartered accountant. In Form 15CB, we are required to mention information like details of the remittee, details of the remitter, nature of remittance including royalty, salary, commission etc, Tax Residency Certificate and Bank details of the remitter from the remitter in the case of DTAA (Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement). Documents required for Form 15CA and 15 CB:- Details of Remitter : Remitter’s Name Remitter’s Address Remitter’s PAN Number Principal Place of Business of the Remitter E-Mail Address and Phone No. Of Remitter Status of the Remitter (Firm/Company/Other) Details of Remittee : Name and Status of the Remittee Address of the Remittee Principal Place of Business Country of the Remittee Details of the Remittance : Country to Which Remittance Is Made Currency in Which Remittance Is Made Amount of Remittance in Indian Currency Proposed Date of Remittance Nature of Remittance as Per Agreement (Invoice Copy to Be Asked From Client) Bank Details of the Remitter : Name of Bank of the Remitter Name of Branch of the Bank BSR Code of the Bank Others : Father’s Name of the Signing Person Designation Of The Signing Person
According to companies act, it is mandatory for every company to file an annual return. If you are seeking professional assistance for doing the same, look no further than SJ&A. Ours is a Baghpat (Uttar Pradesh, India) based service provider agency and can be trusted for carrying out each and every aspect of your ROC filing needs. We render services in accordance to the stated industry norms. Clients can contact us anytime for further discussion. WHAT IS ROC FILING? ROC filings are the compliances which are to be done by every company under Companies Act. As per The Companies Act, there are sure compliances that are to be documented by the Private Limited Company or any Company besides. The ROC filings are important and cannot be skipped else the ministry can impose high penalty form non-filing. WHY ROC FILINGS ARE REQUIRED? As every company have to intimate the ROC about the income and expenditure and information regarding its shareholders, meetings, any kind of change in the Company during the Financial year etc. and to make company free from non-compliances, ROC filings are must. If any Company fails to do so then a heavy penalty will be imposed for non-filing. WHAT ARE THE FORMS FOR ROC FILING? There are different types of forms for ROC filing which are as follows : ADT-1 : Details for appointment of auditor shall be filed with this form. AOC-4: Financial statements of the Company shall be filed in this form. MGT-7 : Annual Return of the Company shall be filed in this form. WHAT ARE THE DUE DATES FOR ROC FILING FORMS? The due date for ROC filing forms is differently described by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs. The due dates are: ADT-1: This form is to be filed within 15 days from the date of conclusion of Annual General Meeting. AOC-4: This form is to be filed within 30 days from the date of conclusion of Annual General Meeting. MGT-7: This form is to be filed within 60 days from the date of conclusion of Annual General Meeting.
UdyogAadhar is to simplify the process for the business owners to register their business under Micro Small Medium Enterprise or MSME. UdyogAadhar Registration Benefits : Easily Open Current Account Tax Benefits Tax Apply Govt. Tenders Easily Easy to get bank loan Tax Protection Against delayed payment Concession in Electricity Bills Octroi benefits Reduced rate of interest from banks Eligible for IPS subsidy 50% subsidy for patent registration
Digital signature certificate aka DSC is a secure digital key that certified the identity of the holder. It is issued by a certifying authority with one year validity and two year validity. If you are seeking professional assistance for acquiring any class of DSC without hassles, then come directly to SJ&A. We are based in Baghpat (Uttar Pradesh, India) and can be your trusted partner for acquiring DSC in less time. What is Digital Signature ! A Digital Signature Certificate, like hand written signature, establishes the identity of the sender filing the documents through internet which sender can not revoke or deny. Accordingly, Digital Signature Certificate is a digital equivalent of a hand written signature which has an extra data attached electronically to any message or a document. Digital Signature also ensures that no alterations are made to the data once the document has been digitally signed. A DSC is normally valid for 1 or 2 years, after which it can be renewed A Digital Signature is a method of verifying the authenticity of an electronic document. Digital signatures are going to play an important role in our lives with the gradual electronization of records and documents. The IT Act has given legal recognition to digital signature meaning, thereby, that legally it has the same value as handwritten or signed signatures affixed to a document for its verification. The Information Technology Act, 2000 provides the required legal sanctity to the digital signatures based on asymmetric cryptosystems. The digital signatures are now accepted at par with handwritten signatures and the electronic documents that have been digitally signed are treated at par with paper documents. There are following types of Digital Signatures :- Class 2 Digital Signature Certificates for Income Tax Return e-filing, ROC / MCA 21 Class 2 Digital signature certificates are issued to Individual or organization for various purposes. Class 2 A digital signatures for individuals is personal certificate that provides second highest level of assurance within the RCAI hierarchy setup by CCA ( Controller of Certifying Authorities) in India which is mainly used for MCA21, ROC, Income Tax e-filing, sign a word or excel file, sign e-mail sent through Outlook and many more !! Class 2 Digital Signature are used by Chartered Accountants or Company Secretary for their clients, for himself, for existing directors, for new company incorporation, for practicing CA or CS or ICWA. Class 3 Digital Signature Certificates for e-Tendering / e-Procurement/e-Bidding/e-Ticketing/e-Auction/e-Bidding Class 3 a/b digital signature certificates are issued to Individual or organization for various purposes. Class 3 A/B digital signatures for individuals/Organization is certificate that provides highest level of assurance within the RCAI hierarchy setup by CCA ( Controller of Certifying Authorities) in India which is mainly used for e-tendering or e-procurement or e-bidding. To participate in the e-tendering process, every vendor is required to use a Class 3B Digital Signature Certificate. Class 3 Digital Signatures are issued to individuals, organizations and devices and applicable for personal and commercial use. Typically, they are used for Electronic Data Exchange ( EDI ) , internet banking/broking-tendering and other web-based transactions where confidentiality and authenticity are critical. What is the difference between Class 3 Digital Signature issued to Individuals or Organizations ? Individual ( Class 3 a Digital Signature Certificates) : Class 3a Individual certificates issued to individuals or devices and encompass primarily high end security-sensitive online activity. Organization ( Class 3b Digital Signature certificates) : Class 3b Organization certificates those are used for signing, encryption, electronic access control, e-commerce, and online financial transactions that require a strong assertion of the customer's identity. The validation procedures for class 3 Organization certificates includes confirmation that the org. does in fact exist, authorization from the org. for the certificate applicant. DGFT Digital Signature Certificates for Importers-Exporters DGFT Digital Signature is one of the many types of Digital Signature Certificates which is only provided by two certifying authorities ( CA) in India i.e. (n)Code Solutions & Safe Scrypt. Safe Scrypt launch this product with name Safe EXIM or Safeexim or Safe-Exim where as (n)Code Solutions launch this with name (n)exim or (n)Exim or (n) Exim.