Annual ROC Filing

File your Companies Annual Return @ Rs.3000 (Professional Fee)

  • Free Consultation
  • Preparation of Board Report and other relevant documents
  • Filing of Annual Return of Company
  • Time: 4-6 working days
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    Every company is required to file the Audited financial statement and annual return as per The Companies Act, 2013 within 30 days and 60 days respectively from the conclusion of the Annual General Meeting date.

    The RoC compliance for registered Private Limited Companies is necessary. Irrespective of the total turnover or the capital amount, the company must comply with the annual compliance requirement.

    All companies registered in India like a private limited company, one person company, limited company, and section 8 company need to maintain the annual compliances like annual returns and income tax return each year. Though Company Registration happens to be the most popular form of starting a business, various compliances need to be followed once the business is Incorporated.


    The major benefit of filing the ROC returns on time is that the company will protected from the levy of penalty and punishments.

    For filing the ROC documents proper documents are required to be prepared by the company as a result company is able to determine its exact and accurate position.

    The company will comply with the provisions of the companies act 2013 that will help in preventing the intervention of government in affairs of the company.

    The company who is complaint with the ROC filing procedure is able to make its better image and helps in improving its business image.


    STEP 1

    Ascertain the Requirements

    STEP 2

    Prepration of the required document

    STEP 3

    Filing of Financial Statement in Form AOC-4

    STEP 4

    Filing of Annual Return in Form MGT-7



    Audited Balance Sheet and Profit and Loss Statement


    Details of meetings of the Board and Members.
    Details of Corporate Change if any during the financial year.


    Details of Corporate Change after the close of financial year upto the date of Annual General Meeting


    Cost Audit Report, only if applicable




    Filing of Form AOC-4 and MGT-7A for OPC and Small Companies i.e. for Private Companies with turnover upto 20 Crore and Paid Up Capital upto 2 Crore.

    (Excluding Government Fee and GST)

    3,000.00Add to cart



    Filing of Form AOC-4 and MGT-7 for any Unlisted Company with turnover below 50 Crore and Paid up Capital less than 5 Crore


    (Excluding Government Fee and GST)


    5,000.00Add to cart



    Filing of Form AOC-4 and MGT-7 for any unlisted Company with turnover above 50 Crore or Paid up Capital below 5 Crore

    (Excluding Government Fee and GST)

    15,000.00Add to cart


    1. What is Annual ROC Filing?

    As a part of Annual Filing, Companies incorporated under the Companies Act 1956 or Companies Act 2013, are required to file the following eForms with the Registrar of Companies (ROC):

    Form 23AC: For filing Balance Sheet (applicable to all Companies other than select class of Companies)
    Form 23ACA: For filing Profit & Loss Account (applicable to all Companies other than select class of Companies)
    Form 23AC-XBRL: For filing Balance Sheet in XBRL format (applicable to select class of Companies)
    Form 23ACA-XBRL: For filing Profit & Loss Account (applicable to select class of Companies)
    Form 20B: For filing Annual Return by Companies having share capital
    Form 66: For filing Compliance Certificate by Companies having paid up capital of Rs. 10 lakh – Rs. 2 crore
    Form 21 A: For filing Annual Return by Companies not having share capital
    Form AOC-4: For filing financial statement and other documents (For FY start on or after 01.04.2014)
    Form AOC4- CFS: Form for filing statement containing salient features of consolidated financial statement of a group (For FY start
    on or after 01.04.2014)
    Form AOC4-XBRL: For filing XBRL document in respect of financial statement and other documents (For FY start on or after
    Form MGT-7: Form for filing Annual Return by Companies having share capital (For FY ending on or after 01.04.2014)

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

    Vide MCA General Circular No: 16/2012 dated 06.07.2012, a select class of companies

    • all companies listed with any Stock Exchange(s) in India and their Indian subsidiariesor
    • all companies having paid up capital of Rupees five crore and above
    • all companies having turnover of Rupees one hundred crore and
    • all companies who were required to file their financial statements for FY 2010-11, using XBRL and whose accounting year commences on or after 01.04.2011 are mandated to file their financial statements in XBRL using the taxonomy based upon new Schedule VI of the Companies Act, 1956. However, Banking, Power, NBFC and Insurance Companies are exempted from XBRL filing till further orders. Such select class of companies are required to file their Balance Sheet and Profit & Loss Account in e-Form 23AC-XBRL and 23ACA-XBRL respectively. For more details, you may refer to the FAQs provided in relation to XBRL forms at the below link:

    3. What is the Annual Filing due date?

    A) First Annual Filing of the Company is due on the 30th December of the next year from the date of Incorporation and
    B) Subsequent Annual Filing is due on the 30th September of the same year in which the Financial Year of theCompany ends.

    4. Can we do 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 subsequent revised filing shall be charged, assuming it as a new filing.

    Note: Revised filing of AOC-4/AOC-4 CFS/AOC-4 XBRL is allowed, only for the purposes defined under section 130/131 of the Companies
    Act, 2013

    5. 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 marked as defaulting. Once the same are filed, the defaulting status of the company will be removed and the company will be able to file normally.

    6. What information is contained in Annual Filing?

    Annual filing consists of the balance sheet of the company, profit and loss account, certifications if any, details of members, details of shareholders and its shareholdings and details of Directors.

    7. Who is responsible to file Company Annual Return?

    The Company and Directors have to file ROC Return as both are liable for non-filing.

    8. What are the penalty & prosecutions for not filing the Annual Filling?

    The Company will be considered as the defaulting company and liable to pay the penalty. The amount of penalty will depend on the number of days in default till the default continues.