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Why company registration is important for startup's

“Whatever you want in life, other people are going to want it too. Believe in yourself enough to accept the idea that you have an equal right to it.” - Diane Sawyer

NITIN DAVE
21st Sep 2017
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Now-a-days everyone has some business idea which he wants to convert into reality to become a successful person. People with good business idea can approach investor's for raising funds. Investor's always look for a private limited company for the investment & ask for a good percentage of Equity. Holding Equity Shares in a Company allows an investor's to participate in profit of the company & also give them a right to participate in Company's assets at the time of Company dissolution.

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Doing business after Company registration reflect your Intention for doing business in a systematic manner. Following are the main advantages of Company Registration:

When you register a Company, you get a Corporate Identification No allotted from Ministry of Corporate of Affairs which is  a separate Identity for your Company.

People feel very much comfortable when they deal with a registered entity. 

After Company Registration, you can open a Current account for accepting the payments.

You can avail the loans from bank in your Company name depending upon banks terms.

You can easily keep separate & track of your personal & business expenses.

No personal liability, Company always treated a separate entity in the eyes of law.

 Further, there are so many other benefits of company registration. Company registration is not a very much critical process, it is very easy. Two or more person can form a private limited company with their basic KYC documents. It takes around 15-20 working days to complete the process of Registration.

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