One Person Company Registration

Incorporate your one person company (OPC) with a dedicated expert to guide you every step of the way

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Private Limited Company Registration
In-house Expert
24 Hours
Documents
Online Process
No Paperwork
Private Limited Company Registration
In-house Expert
24 Hours
Documents
Online Process
No Paperwork

Your dedicated Chartered Accountant ensures that all these tasks are completed – and this is included in your plan.

From startups to multinationals, Kuvedha is associated with thousands of business owners across India.

Application Process

You can come to expect candour and transparency. This includes detail on our process. No surprises.

STEP 1

Make payment using your favourite payment method

STEP 2

Expert Assigned

Connect with our in-house expert within 24 hours

STEP 3

Share Documents

Share the necessary documents over whatsapp or email

STEP 4

Complete Service

Register your one person company within 7 working days

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

We address common concerns in our FAQ – but always feel free to reach out with specific questions.

OPC company registration can be done only by Indian residents, and that too only one at a time, as per the specifications of the Ministry of Corporate Affairs.

All such businesses must maintain books of accounts, comply with statutory audit requirements and submit income tax returns and annual filings with the RoC.

There is no difference in capital requirement between an OPC and a private limited company. It needs an authorised capital of ₹1 lakh to begin with, but none of this actually needs to be paid-up. This means that you don’t really need to invest any money into the business.

No general advantages; though some industry-specific advantages are available. Tax is to be paid at a flat rate of 30% on profits, Dividend distribution tax applies, as does minimum alternate tax.

The cost of an OPC is only marginally lower than that of a private limited company. You’ll be shelling out around ₹12,000 to incorporate, then paying around ₹15,000 a year in compliance fees and an auditor to inspect your books.

An OPC has certain limitations. The person starting the business is its only director and shareholder. There is also a nominee director, but this person has no power whatsoever for raising equity funds or offering employee stock options. The nominee exists only to take over in case of the death or incapacitation of the director. The nominee is chosen by the director, and can be anyone, such as your spouse, parents or siblings. The nominee will need to provide identity proof during registration.

No, an individual can form only one OPC at a time. This rule applies to the nominee in an OPC, too.