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How to get your business registered?

One critical aspect that most founders aren’t the best at is the basic legal requirements for the incorporation and commencement of business. The first step to start a new business is to get it registered.

There are multiple business structures from which you can choose the  one which is most appropriate for your organisational aspirations. A new business must get incorporated in any of these business structures as per the scale of its operations, capital invested, number of members, and the risk associated with the business.

As the features, pros and cons of each business structure are different, we as an area expert enter into a detailed discussion with our clients to understand their requirements & conditions of our client enabling them to form the most suitable legal entity of their business.

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Types of legal entities

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Pvt Ltd co. Registration

A private limited company is a privately-held business entity. It is held by private stakeholders, wherein the liability of a shareholder is limited and their personal assets are not at risk.

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One person co. Registration

The One Person Company is the type of entity which is owned by a single person. The OPC is also a type of Private Limited Company, but with little distinctness. It allows a sole person to own and also manage the entire business operations.

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Partnership Firm Registration​

A partnership firm is a type of business structure formed with mutual consent of all the partners for a profitable purpose . The firm owned and controlled by a set of people that are known as partners and have some shared capital in the firm.

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Limited liability partnership Registration

Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) is a partnership in which some or all partners have limited liability. It therefore exhibits elements of partnerships and corporations.

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Section 8 co. Registration

A company is referred to as Section 8 Company when it registered as a Non-Profit Organization (NPO) . Income of companies registered here can not be used for distributing dividends to the company’s members and has to be used for the promotion of charitable objectives.

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Business Plan

Business Plan is uniform written arrangement of your ideas, goal, mission, vision & prospects in a single document. In other words its investor pitch deck or a set of documents for providers of capital that walks them through the business idea and goal in depth. A comprehensive Business Plan helps them to get into the founder’s shoes and understand the intent and objective of the idea in a palpable manner and hence help the investor to take correct approach towards the valuation of the company. Business plans are used for presenting your idea to investors like angle investors, venture capitalist, private equity investor, private capitalists & banking institutions.

A well drafted Business Plan contains a complete set of information of business along with the co founders. It also includes financial projections with forecasted cash flow, a pitch for them to invest in the business. Dhanacharya advisors has a team of professionals with vast experience of preparing financial and business plans.

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