Once the company gets registered in India, it is must to file MCA forms in India every year. Apart from this, the company shall ensure timely ROC compliance. Few examples are, complying with AGM documentation, Maintaining Minutes book and ROC Filing at the time of issue or new allotment of shares, change of name or main objects of the Company, Appointment & Resignation of Directors, Transfer of Shares, Appointment of MD or CEO, Change in the Registered Office, Change in the Authorized Capital/ Paid-up Capital, Charge, etc.

Can we do the revised filing of already filed Annual filing eForm?

Yes, revised filing of all Annual filing eForms except Form 23AC/ACA and Form 23AC-XBRL/ 23ACA-XBRL can be done in respect of the Forms already filed, but the fees for subsequently revised filing shall be charged, considering it as a new filing.

How can the defaulting status of the company be removed?

The company will have to file all the due annual returns and balance sheets for the financial years for which it has been labeled as defaulting. Once the same are filed, the defaulting status of the company will be discarded, and the company will be able to file normally.

There are similar names of certain Annual eForms, i.e., 23AC/23ACA, 23AC-XBRL/23ACA-XBRL, and AOC-4, AOC4-XBRL. Which forms should I file?

There are certain types of Companies that are needed to file their Balance sheet and Profit and Loss or Financial Statements in XBRL.

  • All companies listed with any Stock Exchange(s) in India and their Indian subsidiaries;
  • All companies having paid-up capital of Rupees five crore and above;
  • All companies having turnover of Rupees one hundred crores and above;
  • All companies which were hitherto covered under the Companies (Filing of Documents and Forms in Extensible Business Reporting Language) Rules, 2011: However, Banking, Power, NBFC, and Insurance Companies are spared from XBRL filing till further orders.
  • For filing 23AC/ACA, XBRL stakeholders are needed to use taxonomy-based upon new Schedule VI of the Companies Act, 1956.
  • For filing, AOC-4 XBRL stakeholders are required to use taxonomy-based upon Schedule III of the Companies Act, 2013.

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