Author: Sukhwinder Singh

IEPF FORMS

IEPF-1A –For reporting the transfer of unpaid dividend, which remains unpaid or unclaimed for a period of seven years, within 30 days from the date of such transfer along with interest accrued, if any, and afterward an excel sheet with the complete break-up of dividend required to be uploaded and confirmed. IEPF-2– For reporting of unclaimed amounts of dividend for the last 7 years including the dividend remained unclaimed & thereby transferred to unpaid dividend account as declared in current AGM and afterward, excel sheets separately for each year with the complete break-up of dividend required to be uploaded...

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MCA CMS Portal

Corporate Compliance has become one of the major topics of discussion these days. There are many companies that do not follow corporate requirements under the Companies Act 2013. The government of India has taken many steps to ensure corporate compliance along with keeping technological advancement in mind. One such e-governance initiative was taken by Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Government of India is the introduction of the Compliance Monitoring System. It is also known as MCA CMS (Ministry of Corporate Affairs Compliance Monitoring System). It is introduced to facilitate the monitoring of corporate compliances and to make compliance easier. MCA...

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Initiatives taken by the Ministry towards Ease of Doing Business

Hello Everyone, Following are the initiatives are taken by the Ministry towards Ease of Doing Business:- Ministry of Corporate Affairs has provided an exemption to private companies through the Companies (Amendment) Act, 2015, wherein the requirement for minimum paid-up capital was removed. Central Registration Centre(CRC) was established by MCA under Section 396 of the Companies Act, 2013 (Act) vide notification dated 22.01.2016 in an initiative of Government Process Re-engineering (GPR) for providing speedy incorporation related services in line with global best practices. CRC was established with one clear objective i.e. – Applications for Name reservation and Incorporation of a company...

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RETURNS AND THEIR PERIODICITY ACROSS DISTINCT CATEGORIES OF NBFCS

THE DETAILS OF RETURNS AND THEIR PERIODICITY ACROSS DISTINCT CATEGORIES OF NBFCS ARE CONSOLIDATED IN THE FOLLOWING TABLE. Details of returns to be submitted by NBFC-D:- Sr. No. Name of the Return Periodicity Reference Date Reporting Time Due on Remarks 1 NBS1 Quarterly 31st March/ 30th June/ 30th Sept./ 31st Dec. 15 days 15th April/ 15th July/ 15th Oct./ 15th Jan. 2 NBS2 Quarterly 31st March/ 30th June/ 30th Sept./ 31st Dec. 15 days 15th April/ 15th July/ 15th Oct./ 15th Jan. 3 NBS3 Quarterly 31st March/ 30th June/ 30th Sept./ 31st Dec. 15 days 15th April/ 15th July/...

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