One Person Company Registration

A one-person company may be formed for any lawful purpose by one person. Only natural persons can incorporate a One Person Company and the person must be an Indian Citizen who has resided in India for at least 182 days during the immediately preceding one financial year. A person can incorporate a maximum of 5 OPCs. Also, the memorandum of incorporation of an OPC should include the name of another person, with his/her prior consent, who shall, in the vent of the subscriber’s death or his/her incapacity to contract become the member of the company. Further, file the written consent of such person with the Registrar of Companies at the time of incorporation of the OPC along with its MOA.

 

  • Basic
  • INR9899/
  • 1 Digital Signature – 2 Year Validity
  • 1 Director Identification Numbers
  • Name Approval
  • Authorised Capital Fee
  • Incorporation Fee
  • Stamp Duty
  • PAN & TAN
  • LEDGERS Billing Software
  • Bank Account Opening
  • Commencement of Business
  • Domain Registration (example: www.agc.com/in/org)
  • Standard
  • INR22899/
  • 1 Digital Signature – 2 Year Validity
  • 1 Director Identification Numbers
  • Name Approval
  • Authorised Capital Fee
  • Incorporation Fee
  • Stamp Duty
  • PAN & TAN
  • LEDGERS Billing Software
  • Bank Account Opening
  • Commencement of Business
  • GST Registration
  • Auditor Appointment Support
  • Bookkeeping for 1 Year
  • Financial Statements & Board Reports
  • ITR-6 Filing for Company
  • MCA DIN eKYC for Directors
  • MGT-7 & AOC-4 Filing
  • Domain Registration (example: www.agc.com/in/org)
  • Premium
  • INR32899/
  • 1 Digital Signature – 2 Year Validity
  • 1 Director Identification Numbers
  • Name Approval
  • Authorised Capital Fee
  • Incorporation Fee
  • Stamp Duty
  • PAN & TAN
  • LEDGERS Billing Software
  • Bank Account Opening. Commencement of Business
  • GST Registration
  • Auditor Appointment Support
  • Bookkeeping for 1 Year
  • Financial Statements & Board Reports
  • ITR-6 Filing for Company
  • MCA DIN eKYC for Directors
  • MGT-7 & AOC-4 Filing
  • 1 Year GST return filings
  • Domain Registration (example: www.agc.com/in/org)

An OPC has certain restrictions when it comes to incorporation, unlike a Private Limited Company. Hence, before beginning with the OPC registrations it is essential to understand the limits to ensure the promoter is eligible as per the Companies Act to register an OPC.
• Legal entities like Company or LLP cannot incorporate an OPC.
• During incorporation, a nominee must be appointed by the promoter.
• Business involved in financial activities cannot incorporate as an OPC
• When the paid-up capital share exceeds Rs.50 lakh and the turnover crosses over Rs.2 crore an OPC must be converted into a Private Limited Company.
A person however cannot incorporate more than one OPC. Also, an OPC is prohibited for having a minor as its member.