Register your Businessadmin2019-05-10T13:46:21+00:00
Registration section has been divided into two parts in order to cater with the needs of the client, as explained under:
SIMPLY APPLY FOR REGISTRATIONS UNDER TAX LAWS
Where business entity exists and registrations under one or more relevant taxation laws are required for carrying out any desired business activity
FORM AN ENTITY AND THEN SEEK REGISTRATIONS UNDER TAX LAWS
Where a business is to be started from scratch. We will assist in forming a business entity (company, proprietorship, partnership etc) and then file for relevant registrations, as required
Hence, with this tailored approach you choose exactly what you want and helps us to deliver our best services more efficiently.
If you have business idea then wait no more and convert that idea of yours into reality. You will get all the assistance you need even after your business operations have commenced and we will take care of the compliances for you like return filing under taxation laws so that you don’t have to worry about anything.
SEEKING REGISTRATION UNDER TAX LAWS
Goods and Service tax is set to be rolled out from 1 July 2017 and will subsume VAT, service tax, excise, entry tax laws, entertainment taxes and more thus eliminating the need to seek those many registrations.
Import-Export code (IEC) is needed if your business requires you to import goods into the territory of India or export goods outside India. The import-export activity cannot be performed without the code.
If the nature of your business is of a type where you need to get registrations under more than one tax laws i.e. VAT and Service tax, IEC and excise or even submit your request to apply for all the registrations.
Trademark, commonly understood as “brand”, means a mark which could be a name, phrase, logo, symbol, design, abbreviation, expression or a combination of all, capable of identifying goods and services of one person from those of other.
Copyright is a legal right granted to the creator of original work for its use and distribution. The original work may include literary work, motion picture, plays, poetry, music, computer software, radio/television broadcast and more.
Patent is an exclusive right or license granted to an inventor for a certain period of time to exclude others from making, using or selling the invention. To apply for patent, the invention needs to be made public at first.