Due Dates for Filing Annual Compliance

Author: Gaurav Bansal
by Gaurav Bansal
Posted: Jun 30, 2017

Annual compliances are the certain legal requirements which every company is required to fulfill. It is very essential for every kind of Company to satisfy their Annual Compliance requirement as it helps the company to avoid many kinds of legal problems. Also, it helps the company to maintain better image and public relationships. In addition to this it helps the company to retain its employees as most of the compliances are aimed at protecting the interest of employees.

Due Dates for Filing Annual Compliance are the dates by which the Company is required to file the documents with the Concerned Department. If a Company fails to furnish the specified documents by the prescribed due dates they become liable to pay a certain amount of penalty. Therefore, every Company should file the Annual Compliance Documents before the due date.

Due Dates for Filing Annual compliance are as follows:

  • Balance Sheet- Every Private Limited Company, Public Limited Company and other kinds of Companies are liable to file their balance sheet in Form 23AC by the end of 30 days from the date of Annual General Meeting.
  • Profit and Loss Account- Every Company is required to file their Profit and Loss Statement in the Form 23ACA by the end of 30 days from the date of Annual General Meeting.
  • Annual Return- Every Company having a Share Capital is required to file its annual return in form 20B within 60 days from the date of Annual General Meeting. While, the Companies who do not have Share Capital are required to file their Annual Return in form 21A within 60 days from the date of Annual General Meeting.
  • Compliance Certificate- Every Company who's paid up Share Capital is Rs 10 lakhs to Rs 5 Crores needs to file Compliance Certificate by the end of 30 days from the date of Annual General Meeting.
  • Form ADT 1- Every Company shall file Form ADT 1 for the appointment of Auditors within 15 days from the conclusion of the AGM.
  • Form AOC 4- Every Company is required to file its Annual Accounts in Form AOC 4 within 30 days from the conclusion of Annual General Meeting. While in the case of One Person Company within 180 days from the conclusion of financial year AOC 4 is required to be filed.
  • Form CRA 4- Every Company is required to file the Cost Audit Report in the Form CRA 4 within 30 days from receiving the Cost Audit Report.
  • Form MGT 14- Every Company is required to file Form MGT 14 for filing resolutions with Ministry of Corporate Affairs regarding Board Report and Annual Accounts within 30 days from the date of Board Meeting.
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