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OPC Registration Online – An Overview
The structure of the one person company (OPC) in recent times was launched as a refinement of the structure of a sole proprietorship firm. In an OPC, a single promoter gains full authority over the company thereby, restricting his/her liability towards their contributions to the enterprise. Therefore, the said person will be the sole shareholder and director (however, a director nominee is present, but has zero power until the real director proves incapable of carrying on). Also, there can be no opportunity for contributing to employee stock options or equity funding. Additionally, if an OPC has an average turnover of ₹2 crores thrice in a row and over or acquires a paid-up fund of ₹50 lakh and over, it has to be converted to a private limited company or public limited company within six months.
Benefits Of OPC Registration
Limited Liability Protection to Directors personal assets
Many times startups need to borrow money and take things on credit. In case of normal Partnerships, Partners personal savings and property would be at risk incase business is not able to repay its loans. In a one person private limited company, only investment in business is lost, personal assets of the directors are safe.
Easy to raise funds and loans
OPC is one of the easiest forms of corporate entities to manage. Very few ROC filing is to be filed with the Registrar of Companies (ROC). No need to conduct Annual General Meeting (AGM) and other regular compliances.
Better image and credibility in Market
In India, OPC is a Private limited company, which is a popular and well known business structure. Corporate Customers, Vendors and Govt. Agencies prefer to deal with Private Limited Company instead of proprietorship firms.
Helps for Testing of Business Model and Enables Funding
The OPC business helps Startup Entrepreneurs to easily test their business model, and upon building a marketable product, they can approach Angel investors, Venture capitalists for funding and easily convert their OPC into multi shareholder Private Limited company.
Complete Control of the Company with a Single Owner
This leads to fast decision making and execution. Yet OPC can appoint as many as 15 directors for administrative functions, without giving any share to them.
Easy to Sell
OPC Company is easy to sell, very less documentation and cost is involved in selling a One Person company.
Is there any difference between One-Person Company and Sole Proprietorship?
In an OPC a single person can run a company limited by shares and in sole proprietorships, the entity is owned by a person where there is no distinction between the owner and the business. Here is the difference between them:
In an OPC as it is a separate legal entity the liability of the shareholder is limited to unpaid subscription money in his name. On the other hand, the liability of the sole proprietorship is such that any claims made against him will be made against the business.
An OPC can be considered in the same Tax Bracket of taxation as the other private companies because though the OPC is incorporated under the Companies Act,2013 the concept of OPCs does not exist in the tax laws. On the contrary, the Sole proprietorships are required to file the Income-tax returns as the proprietorship and the proprietor are considered to be one under the tax law.
A nominee is appointed by the member. The Nominee will run the Company in the event of death of the member or incapacitation. But in the case of the sole proprietorship, this can only happen by executing a will that may or may not is challenged in a court of law.
An OPC registered in India has to file annual returns just like a normal company and would also need to get the accounts audited for the same. Whereas the sole proprietorship would only need to get audited under the provisions of Section 44AB of the Income Tax Act,1961 once the turnover crosses the threshold.
Documents Required For OPC Registration
PAN Card of shareholders and Directors.
Foreign nationals must provide a valid passport.
Latest Passport size photograph of Shareholders and Directors.
Aadhar card /Voter ID/ Passport/ Driving License of Shareholders and Directors.
Director’s Address Proof
Latest Telephone Bill /Electricity Bill/ Bank Account Statement of Shareholders and Directors.
Business Address Proof
Latest Electricity Bill/ Telephone Bill of the registered office address
In case of NRI or Foreign National, documents of director (s) must be notarized or apostilled