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Startup Registration :- Startup India Hub is a one-stop platform for all stakeholders in the Startup ecosystem to interact amongst each other
The notification issued by the department for promotion of industry and internal trade on February 19, 2019 provided the definition of a startup. Accordingly, a Startup is an entity:
- that is into existence for upto 10 years from the date of its incorporation or registration. Provided such an entity is incorporated in India as a:
- Private Limited Company as per the Companies Act, 2013 or
- Partnership Firm as per section 59 of the Partnership Act, 1932 or
- Limited Liability Partnership as per Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008
- has a turnover that is not more than Rs 100 crores during any of the financial years since incorporation or registration
- is working towards innovation, development or improvement of products or services or processes. Or the entity has a scalable business model having a high potential of employment generation or wealth creation
Furthermore, an entity that is created by splitting or reconstructing an existing business unit is not considered a startup. Also, a business entity shall cease to exist as a startup:
- once it completes 10 years from the date of incorporation or registration and
- if its turnover for any of the previous financial years exceeds Rs. 100 crores
Benefits of Startup India Scheme
There are a host of benefits provided to the startups by the Startup India Scheme. However, in order to avail these benefits, an entity is required to be recognized by the DPIIT as a startup.
1. Self Certification under Labor and Environmental Laws
Startups are allowed to self certify their compliance under six labor laws and three environment laws. This is allowed for a period of five years from the date of incorporation of the entity.Furthermore, such a benefit is given in order to reduce the regulatory burden for startups so that they can focus on their core business and keep compliance costs low.
2. Tax Exemption for Three Years
The profits earned by the recognized startups having granted inter ministerial board certificate are exempted from income tax for three consecutive years.Such an exemption is given to facilitate business growth as well as cater to the working capital requirements during the initial years.
3. Tax Exemption on Investment Above Fair Market Value
In case a startup:
- has inter – ministerial board certificate and
- receives consideration from the issue of shares exceeding the face value of such shares
then the consideration upto Rs. 10 crores received from such shares exceeding the fair market value of such shares is exempted from tax.
4. Easy Winding Up of Company
Startups also known as fast track firms can be wound up within 90 days as against 180 days for other companies.Further, an insolvency professional shall be appointed for liquidating the assets and paying creditors. This would be done within six months of filing an application to make such an exit.
5. Startup Patent Application and IPR Protection
Startup India provides high quality intellectual property services and resources to help startups protect and commercialize their IPRs. This includes:
- fast tracking of startup patent application,
- providing 80% rebate in filing of patents as compared to other companies
- providing 50% rebate in filing of trademarks as compared to other companies
- panel of facilitators to help in filing of IP applications and
- government support to bear facilitation costs
6. Relaxation in Public Procurement Norms
In order to meet quality and technical specifications all government of India departments, ministries and PSUs have been given authority to ease the norms with regards to public procurements. Thus, a startup can avail exemptions on:
What is G S T ?
About GSTR 2A ??? : Details, Return Filing, on Feb 02, 2020
Budget 2021 update :Section 16 amended to allow taxpayers’ claim of the input tax credit based on GSTR-2A and GSTR-2B. Henceforth, the input tax credit on invoice or debit note may be availed only when the details of such invoice or debit note have been furnished by the supplier in the statement of outward supplies and such details have been communicated to the recipient of such invoice or debit note.
Update as on 22nd December 20201. Following are the changes in Rule 36(4) from 1st January 2021:
- The ITC shall be available as per the invoices uploaded by respective suppliers either in their GSTR-1 or by using the Invoice Furnishing Facility (IFF).
- The recipients can claim provisional input tax credit in GSTR-3B to the extent of 5% instead of earlier 10% of the total ITC available in GSTR-2B for the month.
2. Certain taxpayers cannot make payment from their electronic credit ledger in excess of 99% of the total tax liability for the tax period as per a new rule 86B.Update as on 3rd April 2020
The CBIC has notified that taxpayers can claim input tax credit in the GSTR-3B return from February 2020 to August 2020, without applying the rule of capping provisional ITC claims at 10% of the eligible ITC as per GSTR-2A.While filing the GSTR-3B of September 2020, the taxpayers must cumulatively adjust ITC as per t