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Company Annual filing means all the registered company under the company act 2013, should file return and income tax return annually each year without fail. They have to prepare a detailed account of their profit and loss and balance sheet before the financial year ends. Also, they have to conduct an Annual General Meeting (AGM) by the end of every financial year. It's important for the company to follow this compliance to avoid penalties and heavy fines.



1. Prepare and maintain a financial statement of your company showing its profit and loss in detail before the financial year ends. 

2. Next, a company is supposed to conduct four board meeting (AGM) and create all the required secretarial reports.

3.  Company then has to file an annual return and income tax return before 30th September of every year.

4. The annual report is then filed within the MCA (Ministry of corporate affairs) along with certain attachments.


Documents Required

1. Books of accounts (includes all the sales and purchase, assets and liabilities of the company)

2. A financial statement including balance sheet, profit and loss account, cash flow

3. Annual Director Report



1. Is there a consequence if a company fails to file its annual return before the specified date?
Yes, the company will be subjected to a heavy fine which could be up to 50 thousand or more and prosecution of the defaulter for a period of 6 months or more along with the fine.


2.  Are all the companies required to file an annual return with the MCA?

All the companies registered under act 2013 have to file an annual return with the MCA every year before the financial year ends.

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