Proprietorship

Proprietorship

Rs. 5000/- All inclusive

Proprietorship

"The sole Proprietorship is a Popular Business form due to its Simplicity, Ease of Setup, and Nominal cost but is not a Legal Entity"

The sole proprietorship is the simplest business form under which one can operate a business. The sole proprietorship is not a legal entity.A sole proprietor need only register his name and secure local licenses, and the sole proprietor is ready for business.

A distinct disadvantage, however, is that the owner of a sole proprietorship remains personally liable for all the business’s debts. So, if a sole proprietor business runs into financial trouble, creditors can bring lawsuits against the business owner.

There is no mechanism provided by the Government of India for the registration or incorporation of a Proprietorship. Therefore, the existence of a proprietorship is established only by tax registrations and other business registrations that a Proprietorship is required to have as per the rules and regulations.

Proprietorship FILING PROCESS

Proprietership

Proprietership

Proprietorship is recognised through one or more government registrations. Our representatives will advise you about the ones you will need, based on the business you're in.
Selection on Type of Registration

Selection on Type of Registration

We will help you decide what registration you need, whether Service tax, Vat, Import/Export code, Shops and Establishments registration.
Begin Registration Procedure

Begin Registration Procedure

Once you've decided what you want, we'll ask you for the documents we need to get started. In most cases, you would first need to provide address and identity proof as well as a scanned copy of a passport-sized photograph.
Get Your Proprietorship Started

Get Your Proprietorship Started

After registration is complete you start process for opening bank account.

FAQ'S On Proprietorship

Only one person is required to start a Proprietorship i.e. only one promoter.
It is not necessary for Proprietorships to prepare audited financial statements each year. However, a tax audit may be necessary based on turnover and other criteria.
The Proprietor must be an Indian citizen and a Resident of India. Non-Resident Indians and Persons of Indian Origin can only invest in a Proprietorship with prior approval of the Government of India.
There is no limit on the minimum capital for starting a Proprietorship. Therefore, a Proprietorship can be started with any amount of minimum capital.
PAN Card for the Proprietor along with identity and address proof is sufficient to start a Proprietorship and obtain other registration, as applicable or required.
Yes, there are procedures for converting your Proprietorship business into a Company or a LLP at a later date. However, the procedures to convert a proprietorship business into a Company or LLP are cumbersome, expensive and time-consuming. Therefore, it is wise for many entrepreneurs to consider and start a LLP or Company instead of a Proprietorship.

No, the Proprietorship firm and the Proprietor are one and the same. The PAN Card of the Proprietor will be the PAN Card of the Proprietorship business. Therefore, there will be no separate legal identity for the business. The assets and liabilities of the Proprietorship business and the Proprietor will also be one and the same.

Proprietorship firms are business entity that are owned, managed and controlled by one person. So Proprietorship firms cannot issue shares or have investors.

Proprietorship firms do not have a Certificate of Incorporation or Certificate of Registration. The identity and legitimacy of a Proprietorship firm is established by registering with the relevant or applicable Government authorities.

Yes, you can. To do so, you would need to provide two of the recognised government registrations, such as sales or service tax registration & Establishments Act registration. PAN card would also be necessary.

Unlike a Company, a sole proprietorship is not considered separate from its owner for tax purposes. This means the sole proprietorship itself does not pay income tax; instead, the owner reports business income or losses on his or her individual income tax return. Note that all business income is taxed to the owner in the year the business receives it, whether or not the owner removes the money from the business.

A business operated by proprietorship firm cannot be transferred to another person, unlike a Limited Liability Partnership or a Private Limited Company. Only the assets in the Proprietorship can be transferred to another person through sale. Intangible assets like Government approvals, registrations, etc., cannot be transferred to another person.

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