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The Company Annual Return filing is a mandatory requirement for all companies registered in India. It involves the submission of financial and operational information to the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) on an annual basis.

Legal Compliance

Filing the Company Annual Return helps companies meet their legal obligations and maintain compliance with the Companies Act, 2013.

Financial Transparency

It ensures transparency in the financial affairs of the company by disclosing key financial information, such as balance sheets, profit and loss statements, and shareholder details.

Stakeholder Confidence

Regularly filing the Annual Return enhances the trust and confidence of stakeholders, including investors, lenders, and business partners, in the company's operations.

Benefits of Annual Compliance

Raising Company’s Credibility

Compliance of law is the primary requirement for any business. The date of the company’s annual return filing displayed on the Master Data on MCA portal. Government tenders, loan approval or for similar other purposes, the regularity in compliance is a major criterion to measure the credibility of an organization.

Attract Investors

While pulling funds for a company from the investors, the investors demand all financial records and date before finalizing the proposal. The investors may either approach the company directly or can also check the financial records from the MCA portal. Investors also tend to favour the companies with regular compliance records.

Compliance Monitoring

It allows regulatory authorities and stakeholders to monitor compliance with laws and regulations.

Maintain Active Status and avoid penalties

Continuous failure in filing the return turns the company status to default and charges it with heavy penalties. The company may also be declared as defunct or removed from the RoC. The concerned directors are also disqualified and debarred from their further appointment. Since July 2018, an additional fee of ₹100 for each day of delay will be levied till the date of filing.

Documents required

Incorporation Document

PAN Card, Certificate of Incorporation and MoA – AoA of Private Company

Audited Financial Statements

Financial Statements must be audited by independent auditor

Audit Report & Board Report

Independent auditor’s report and Board report must be provided

DSC of Director

Valid and active DSC of one of the directors must be provided


Fulfil compliance in 3 Easy Steps

  • Spare less than 10 minutes to fill our online Questionnaire
  • Upload required Documents
  • Make quick payment through our secured gateways
  • Assigned Relationship Manager
  • Drafting of required documents for filing
  • Preparation of Forms to be filed
  • Online Filing of Financial Statement and other documents
  • Online Filing of Annual Return of company


Process of Annual filing of company

  • Discussion and collection of basic Information
  • Provide Required Documents
  • Decide the due dates of ROC filing for Pvt. Ltd. Company
  • Drafting necessary documents
  • Attachment of supporting documents
  • Filing of AOC – 4 (Financial Statements)
  • Filing of MGT – 7 (Annual Return)

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The due date for filing the Annual Return varies based on the type of company. Generally, it is within 60 days from the date of the Annual General Meeting (AGM).

The Annual Return includes details such as the company's financial statements, shareholding pattern, directors' information, annual accounts, and other required disclosures.

Yes, the Annual Return filing can be done online through the MCA portal using the appropriate e-forms.

Yes, late filing or non-filing of the Annual Return can attract penalties, which may include fines, additional fees, and legal consequences.

Yes, all registered companies, irrespective of their size or turnover, are required to file the Annual Return as per the Companies Act, 2013.

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