Proprietorship Registration

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Proprietorship Registration

Proprietorship Registration

What is Proprietorship Firm Registration?

A Sole Proprietorship is a corporation that is run, regulated and held by a single individual. It is one of India's most popular forms of business used by small businesses from the unorganized sector. Identification of the company's ownership can be done through various types of registrations, such as a GST dealer, MSME, etc.

Why choose Proprietorship?

Sole Proprietorship Company Registration is cheaper than OPC.

Employers with profits of less than Rs. 2 Lakhs per year are not required to pay income tax.

Easy to set up with fewer formalities.

No separate tax reporting. There is no separate corporate income tax filing. Business income and loss shall be declared on the personal tax return of the sole owner, and any tax shall be paid at the individual level.

Eligibility criteria for sole proprietorship registration

  • Select a proper business name
  • Choose a distinct location to start up with your business
  • You are ready to start.

Documents Required for Proprietorship Registration

PAN Card

PAN Card

PAN Card copy of proprietor



Electricity/ Water bill (Business Place)

Identity Card

Identity Card

Copy of Aadhaar Card/Voter identity card

Eligibility criteria for starting a sole proprietorship business in India

    Starting up a sole proprietorship business in India by an Indian convenient. No government registration is needed to start a sole-owned business in India.

    You don't need to go to the online registration website or fill out a form or send any paperwork. But, in the interest of the company, you do need to open your current account with a bank.

    The current account, in effect, expects you to have a defined location from which you are doing business. The bank will request you to send at least two documents as evidence of the location of your company in the form of government records such as a service tax, CST / VAT, etc.

What is Included in Our Package?

MSME Registration

MSME Registration

TAN/TDS registration

TAN/TDS Registration

Guidance on GST Registration

Guidance on Trademark and GST Registration

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Process of Proprietorship Registration

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  • Udyog Aadhaar Registration
  • Tan Registration
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  • Udyog Aadhaar Registration
  • Tan Registration
  • Basic Partnership Deed Drafting By A Lawyer
  • GST Registration
  • 3 Months Gst Return Filing (Gstr-1 Or Gstr 3b)
  • Bookkeeping
  • Itr-3 Return Filing

Frequently Asked Questions

Any amount i.e. minimum capital, can be used to start a proprietorship.
An Indian citizen & a Resident of India can be a proprietor.
No, Proprietorship firms do not have a Certificate of Incorporation
A proprietorship business firm cannot be transferred to another person Only the assets can be transferred to another person through sale. Intangible assets like Government approvals, registrations, etc. cannot be transferred to another person.
Proprietorship firms are business that are owned, managed and controlled by one person. So these firms cannot issue shares or have investors from public.
Single person/Individual is required for a Proprietorship; he can also act as a promoter.
The Proprietor must be an Indian citizen and a Resident of India. Persons of Indian Origin and Non-Resident Indians can only invest in a Proprietorship with prior approval of the Government of India.
For opening a bank account for a Proprietor, any two out of the following documents are mandatory as per RBI Anyone from below list : Registration of service tax, MSME registration certificate, VAT/TIN/CST registration or now GSTIN certificate, Registration of shop & establishment , Professional license,Certificate from Chartered Accountant Identity proof like Aadhar Card, PAN Card and address proof of the Proprietor.
No, the firm will not have a separate legal identity .Since PAN card of the Proprietorship as well as the PAN card of Proprietor is the same.So, the assets and liabilities for the proprietor and the proprietorship is the same.
Annual Compliance include: File VAT or Service Tax Return Income Tax Return of the Proprietor of the Business.
YES, proprietorship is registered, the Brand name, Logo, etc can be registered as a Trademark with the Trademark authorities.
Disadvantages of sole proprietorship are as follows: Lack of Resources. Unlimited Liability Lack of Credibility Lack of Goodwill Cannot raise funds easily. Cannot add Partners.
There is no registration required for a Sole Proprietorship so ultimate objective is opening a current bank account, with the help of minimum one Tax Registration Certificate
a) Pan Card Scanned Copy or images with Self Attestation. b) Aadhar Card or Voter ID or Driving License or Passport any one Scanned copy. c) Business Place Address Proof :- if owned property :- Electricity bills or Mobile Bills. if on rent :Rent Agreement Copy and No Objection Certificate from Landlord. d) Cancelled Cheque Copy or Bank Statement copy