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What is One Person Company (OPC)?

One Person Company in India is a new concept that has been introduced with the Company's Act 2013. One Person Company in India is incorporated by a single person. Before the enforcement of the Companies Act 2013 a single person was not able to establish a company. An OPC has features of a Company and the benefits of the sole proprietorship. Earlier if a person had to establish a business then he or she should only opt for a Sole Proprietorship. One Person Companies have a significant role in the development of India's economy. A growing number of entrepreneurs are emerging and starting their own businesses. By forming an OPC, a company can have access to banking perks and become eligible for banking loans and credits.

All about OPC Registration

Why Register a One Person Company?

Legal Status
A Company’s legal standing is conferred to it when it is incorporated. The legal entities of the corporation and the member are distinct. The establishment of a distinct legal entity attempts to safeguard the member as well.
Limited Liability
As a result, the business is treated as a separate legal entity, and the member's responsibility is limited to his or her share capital. The member's personal possessions are not covered by the responsibility.
Easy to get Funds
When a business is incorporated; it gains its own legal status. This makes applying for and receiving bank loans easier, as banks favor corporations to single proprietorships. Very few ROC filings are to be registered with the Registrar of Companies
Easy Incorporation
OPC is included in the Companies Act 2013's definition of a "Private Limited Company." As a result, an OPC must comply with regulations that apply to private corporations, but because of its simplified structure, it is granted a variety of exemptions that make compliance easier.
Easy to Manage
It is easier to manage as all the control and functioning of the company lies in the hands of one person i.e. the member. In addition to it, lesser compliance makes it even more desirable by solopreneurs.
Minimum Requirements
The requirements to start an OPC are the bare minimum. All it needs is One Shareholder, One Director, One Nominee, and no need for fixed share capital. The director and the shareholder can be the same person.

Documents / Information we need

Passport size photograph
PAN Card
Aadhaar Card/ Voter identity card
Business Address Documents
Address Proof
No Objection Certificate

Important Clauses

Eligibility criteria
Only an individual who is an Indian citizen and resident in India is eligible to incorporate an OPC.
Conversion clause
Cannot be converted to Private Limited before 2 years
Foreign Investment
No Foreign Investment is allowed and obligations should be strictly followed.
Your OPC’s name should not be given under and violate the Emblems and Names (Prevention of Improper use) Act, 1950
Annual Compliances
The clause will have the rules and regulations to adhere to, includes Annual filings to the registrar of companies, Form AOC-4 for financial statement, MGT-7 for an annual return.

What's the process ?

1. Applying for a Digital Signature
3. Drafting of Incorporation Agreements and Application
2. Application to reserve Name of the Company
4. Filing of Incorporation Certificate INC32
1. Applying for a Digital Signature
2. Application to reserve Name of the Company
3. Drafting of Incorporation Agreements and Application
4. Filing of Incorporation Certificate INC32

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Frequently Asked Questions

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.
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.

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.