The choice of entity depends on circumstance of each case. Private Limited Company has lesser number of compliance requirements. Therefore, generally where there is no requirement of raising of finances through a public issue and the ownership is intended to be closely held by limited number of persons, Private Limited Company is the best choice.
An audit is an “independent examination of financial information of any entity, whether profit oriented or not, irrespective of its size or legal form when such an examination is conducted with a view to express an opinion thereon.
The service involves helping the clients make necessary periodic income tax, GST and other returns. It also includes helping the client make sound investment decisions and help him avail various rebates and deductions.
All investment made by a non-resident entity directly is an Indian company is deemed as direct foreign investment, and the entire amount of such investment is to be counted towards foreign investment when calculating a company’s total foreign investment.
A refinance allows you to take out new personal loansthat pay off your current mortgage. Although you are then obligated to make payments on the new top up card loan, your costs typically are lower after refinancing.
In today’s scenario of globalization and technology convergance, the process of doing business has been redefined. Outsourcing various processes makes a lot of business sense. Most businesses and large companies are outsourcing their accounting processes for better management of their finances,and time etc.
These services are structured to suit an individual client’s needs and requirements. Some of the accounts outsourcing services offered by,Accounting Outsourcing Company.
In finance, valuation is the process of determining the present value of an asset. In a business context, it is often the hypothetical price that a third party would pay for a given asset. Valuations can be done on assets or on liabilities.
The Corporate Insolvency Resolution Process (‘CIRP’) is a recovery mechanism for the creditors of a corporate debtor. A corporate debtor means a company or Limited Liability Partnership (‘LLP’) that owes a debt to its creditors.
The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (‘IBC’) lays down the provisions for conducting insolvency or bankruptcy of individuals, partnership firms, LLP and companies. However, the process of insolvency and liquidation of corporate debtors under the IBC applies where the minimum default amount is Rs.1 crore only.