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We are team of talented accountants, legal consultant and IT professional to provide Accounting, Legal & IT Solutions.

Who We Are

Startup platform to simplify to start business and after related matters including Accouting, Legal and IT services

We are committed to helping startups and small business in solving legal compliance related to starting and running their business.Our mission is to offer affordable, quick and automated professional services to clients. Through AskMantra site , we bring numerous government/ legal forms at one place and have simplified them to be fully understood by common man.

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We provide Accounting, Legal & IT Services


We provide a full range of services from payroll to collecting accounts receivable to bookkeeping and accounting processes.

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Legal Services

We provide Free Legal Aid to those weaker sections of the society. We also create legal awareness by spreading legal literacy through online/offline network.

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IT Services

We provide IT services to the application of business and technical expertise to enable organizations in the creation, management and optimization of or access to information and business processes.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Private Limited Companies is the most common and suitable form of entity for carrying out business in India with a long term objective. A Private Limited Company is Incorporated and Governed by the Indian Companies Act 2013. Private Limited Company is a Purely Separate Legal entity distinct from its members and directors. The business under this structure can be done by making investment through the equity shares in the Company. It has the advantage of limited liability, greater stability and recognition. The Basic Requirement for a private Limited Company in India is to have Minimum Two Directors and Two Shareholders.

These are closely held businesses usually by family, friends and relatives.

Private companies may issue stock and have shareholders Their shares need not be traded on public exchanges and are not required to be issued through an initial public offering.

Shareholders may not be able sell their shares without the agreement of the other existing Shareholders.

LIMITED LIABILITY: If the company experience financial distress because of normal business activity, the personal assets of shareholders/owners will not be at risk of being seized by creditors.

SEPARATE LEGAL ENTITY: A company is a legal entity and a juristic person established under the Act. Therefore a company has legal capacity to own property and incur debts. The members (Shareholders/Directors) of a company have no liability to the creditors of a company for such debts

CONTINUITY OF EXISTENCE: The existence of company cannot be affected by owners. They may come, change and go but the company will run until it is legally dissolved. A company, being a separate legal person, is unaffected by the death or other departure of any member but continues to be in existence irrespective of the changes in membership.

MINIMUM NUMBER OF SHAREHOLDERS: The Minimum Members need to start the business are only2.

SCOPE OF EXPANSION IS HIGHER: A company has various options for borrowing of funds. It can raise funds by issuance of shares, debentures etc. Even banking and financial institutions prefer to render large financial assistance to a company rather than partnership firms or proprietary concerns.

EASY TRANSFERABILITY OF OWNERSHIP: The Ownership(shares) of Company is easily transferable by a shareholder to any other person after Filing and signing a share transfer form at any price mutually agreed between both. Therefore, the Capaital infused can be taken back easily

OWNING PROPERTY: A company being a legal person, can acquire, own, enjoy and alienate, property in its own name. No shareholder/director can make any claim upon the property of the company so long as the company is a going concern.

CAPACITY TO SUE AND BE SUED: The company being legal person has full right like a natural person to institute legal proceedings against or to bring a suit in a court of law and also can be sued in its own name.

MULTIPLE RELATIONSHIPS: In a company a person can at the same time be a shareholder, creditor, director and also an employee of the company.

There are two ways of company Incorporation in India.

1.Through Normal Mode.

2.Through Fast Approval.

1.Through Normal Mode.

To Collect Papers (Photos, Id & Address Proofs) From Clients.

To apply for their Digital Signatures (DSC).

To apply For their Director identification number (DIN).

To Reserve the desired name for company Incorporation.

To draft all the incorporation documents.

To get all the documents signed, stamped and notarised.

To File Incorporation Forms with the Registrar.

Get COI (Certificate of Incorporation)

Apply for Pan Card of the company.

To handover all the papers to clients for further processing.

2.Through Fast Approval Mode.

To Collect Papers (Photos, Id & Address Proofs, Address proof of Premises) From Clients.

To draft all the incorporation documents.

To get all the documents signed, stamped and notarised.

To apply for their Digital Signatures (DSC).

To apply For their Director identification number (DIN).

To File Integrated form for incorporation with the Registrar.

Get COI (Certificate of Incorporation)

Apply for Pan Card of the company.

To handover all the papers to clients for further processing.

Self attested Copy of PAN Card of all the Proposed Directors.

Self attested Copy of ADDRESS PROOF of all the Proposed Directors.

Self attested Copy of Bank Account Statement/Electricity Bill of all the Proposed Directors.

Passport Size Photographs of all the Proposed Directors.

Duly signed DSC Form of The Authorized Signatory of the Proposed Company.

Copy of Current Electricity Bill/Water Bill/House Tax Etc for The Premises Proposed to be Used as Registered Office of the Company.

If the Property is Rented, then Rent Agreement.

In simple words,

Director is the person who takes the responsibility to run the business and manages the day to day business of the company. Generally are the managers or agents of the actual owners of the company who act in fiduciary (Trustworthy) position. Only Individual Persons can Become directors.

Shareholders are the owners of the company who invest their monies in the company. Shareholders get part in the profits of the company in the form of dividend. They aren't responsible for the day-to-day management of the company, but they do have voting rights with which they can affect the decisions of the company. Any Individual, company or other entity can become shareholder.

The Minimum number of 2 persons are required to Incorporate a Company.

Legally minimum 2 Directors are required and 2 Shareholders are required.

These two persons can act in both capacity as Directors and as Shareholders.


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