Private Limited Company
Registration in India

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₹ 8999/-

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for Company Registration
  • 2 Digital Signatures

  • 2 DIN

  • Company Name Approval

  • MOA, AOA Drafting

  • Stamp Duty1

  • PAN & TAN

  • Certificate of Incorporation

  • Bank Account Opening Res.

  • Commencement of Business(INC 20A)

  • Call, Chat(WA),& Email Support

  • Frequent Updates through your filingbee account


₹ 23999/-

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for Company Registration,
Accounting & Compliances
  • Everything in Intro Plan

  • GST & MSME Registrations

  • Auditor Appointment Support

  • Accounting2(Upto 250 Entries for One F.Y)

  • Financial Statements & Board Reports for 1 Year

  • Annual Compliances3 for 1 Year

  • ITR Filing for 1st Year*

  • MCA eKYC for 2 Directors -1 Yr

  • Call, Chat(WA),& Email Support

  • Frequent Updates through your filingbee account


₹ 31499/-

All-inclusive Price
for Company Registration
Accounting & Compliances
with Trademark Registration or
GST Return Filing
  • Everything in Base Plan

  • Trademark Registration

  • TM Class & Search Assistance

  • Drafting & Filing of Application
    GST Return4
    (Upto 25 Invoices/Month) Filing for 1 Year

  • GST Return Filing

  • GST Payment Support

  • Call, Chat(WA),& Email Support

  • Frequent Updates through your filingbee account

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  1. Stamp Duty is included in the cost of all plans for up to Rs. 1 lakh Authorised Capital. When incorporated in Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, and Kerala, stamp duty will be additional Rs. 7500, Rs.10000, and Rs.3000, respectively.

  2. Additional entries are available for a small fee.

  3. Includes Mandatory Compliances like Reports, MGT-7 & AOC-4, but any event-based or changes by the Company will be charged as per the fee applicable

  4. You can purchase additional invoices at a nominal price. And filing of GSTR 4,9,9C is charged extra
    *Statutory Audit fee is not included in the plan. Additional charges will be applicable for Statutory Audit & Tax Audit.

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As per the following timeline,
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Day 1-3


We collect the necessary information and documents for Company Registration.

Day 4-7


We Reserve the Name, draft the required documents for Company Registration.

Day 8-9


We proceed to submit the documents with MCA for Company Registration



Government Processing Time. You will be notified upon Company Registration.

Company Registration in India:
An Overview on Private Limited Company

Private companies are the most popular choice for business formation among startups and businesses striving for higher growth. Business entities controlled by a small group of people are called Private Limited Companies. A private limited company offers startups stability and development opportunities. Startups prefer a company as a business structure because it allows outside funding to be raised easily, limits the liabilities of its shareholders, and enables them to offer employee stock options to attract top talent. To start a private limited company, a minimum of 2 members is required and a maximum number of 200 members as per the provisions of the Companies Act, 2013. Thanks to the MCA online process, company registration in India has also become more accessible and efficient today.

The legal existence of a private limited company is separate from its members. Companies must hold board meetings and file annual returns with the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA). They tend to be viewed with more credibility than an LLP or General Partnership. Further, the status of a company is not altered by changes in members and management. A private company may issue debentures to any number of persons, the only condition being that an invitation to the public to subscribe to debentures is prohibited.

Typically, company registration takes 10-15 business days to complete. Providing the highest customer satisfaction and timely delivery of services are filingbee's objectives. Our network of company secretaries and chartered accountants are of best-qualified professionals. Throughout the process, assistance and communication are offered regularly by filingbee experts.

What are the benefits of Company registration in India?

Limited Liability

Members are only liable for the number of shares they hold. In the event of any loss to the Company, shareholders may be responsible only for their claims. No shareholder's assets are at risk.

For Raising Funds

It is vital for fast-growing businesses that seek venture capital funding (VC) to register as a private limited company because only private limited companies can offer these investors shares and seats on the board of directors.

Paid-up Capital

Minimum capital for a Private Limited Company must be Rs. 1 lakh or such a greater amount as the government prescribes from time to time. There is, however, no such requirement under the recent amendment.

Perpetual Succession

In the eyes of the law, the Company continues to exist even if one of its members passes away, becomes bankrupt, or is insolvent. In other words, the Company's life continues forever.

Famous types of businesses to incorporate in India


Limited Liability Partnership is an alternate corporate business entity that provides the benefits of limited liability of a company but allows its members the flexibility of organising their internal management based on a mutually arrived agreement


An OPC means a company with only 1 person as a member Shareholder can make only 1 nominee; he shall become a shareholder in case of death/incapacity of original stakeholder.

Partnership Firm

Partnership firms are created by drafting a partnership deed among the partners. The partnership deed is registered to make a firm. Partnership firms in India are, governed by the Indian Partnership Act, 1932. The maximum no. of partners in a partnership firm can be 20 partners

Public Company

A public company may be an association consisting of not less than 7 members, which is registered under the Act. In principle, any public member willing to pay the price may acquire shares in or debentures of it. The securities of a public company may be quoted on a Stock Exchange

Sole Proprietorship

A sole proprietorship is a form of business wherein one person owns all the assets of the business. No legal formalities are required to create a sole proprietorship other than an appropriate licensing to conduct a business.

List of Documents Required for
Company Registration in India

  • PAN Card of All Directors/Shareholders

  • Aadhar card and Voter ID/ Passport/ Driving License

  • Latest Telephone Bill /Electricity Bill/ Bank Account Statement

  • Notarized, Rent Agreement of the registered office should be provided, if any.

  • No-Objection letter from the Owner of Address to use the address of the registered office of the Company


*We will collect additional documents based on the information you provided to the filingbee.

  1. Your registered office does not have to be a commercial building; it can be your residence too.

  2. Passport is required for Foreign Nationals & NRIs

  3. Utility Bills must be latest to 2 months

Here Are Some Frequently Asked Questions

The number of members must be between 2-200.
Two directors are necessary, of whom at least one must be Indian.
And two shareholders. In this case, a shareholder may also serve as a director. The registered office address for a business must be in India.

After acquiring a Director Identification Number (DIN), any natural person above 18 years can become a director in a company. A foreign national can also become a director since there are no specific requirements for citizenship or residency.

At the time of registration, the authorized capital of at least INR 1 lakh must be provided. A minimum paid-up capital requirement has been eliminated as part of the government's initiative to simplify business registration in India. A shareholder, however, must subscribe to at least one share for the registration to bring in the proper amount required for its operation.

Private limited company registration in India provides small businesses with credibility and an image of their business to financial institutions, vendors, and potential clients. As a result, the Company can get loans at low compliance from banks or potential clients.

Yes. The Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) allows residential addresses for companies' registered addresses.

As long as they are listed in their Memorandum of Association and approved by a registrar, private companies can carry multiple businesses. Activities unrelated to each other, such as food service and construction, cannot be incorporated within the same Company.

Memorandum of Association (MOA) is the foundation on which the Company is built. It describes the objects, powers, and constitution of the Company. Articles of Association (AOA) details all the rules and regulations governing the management of the Company.

As soon as the company registration in India is done, it should follow the following requirements as a priority:
  • The Company's current account must be opened within 30 days following receipt of its PAN card.
  • Statutory Auditor Appointment
  • Depositing the paid-up capital as indicated during registration
  • Issuance and allotment of shares

The Company must hold at least 4 board meetings (one every quarter) during each financial year, as well as an Annual General Meeting (AGM). Moreover, the accounts and financial statements must be audited by an independent auditor. As part of Annual Compliance, it shall file forms AOC - 4 and MGT - 7 within the given timeframe.

A company's authorised capital is the maximum amount of capital it can raise by issuing shares now or in the future. In contrast, Paid-up Capital refers to the amount paid by shareholders on the issuance of shares to raise capital for a company. In India, one can register a company with a paid-up capital which can be less or equal to the authorized capital, but not exceeding it.

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