Accounting

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Accounting is the procedure of storing, sorting and recording financial transactions. All businesses are required by law to submit their accounts to the Income Tax (IT) Department. Several start-ups tend to ignore this requirement on early stage, and then scramble to put together their accounts when they are raising funding or being acquired. Maintaining the books in-house certainly is a complex and expensive affair, but getting it done would significantly reduce pains in complying with the requirements of the IT Department, giving the promoters and shareholders a good sense of how the business is doing, prove eligibility for loans in later years, and even satisfy investors.

How Is Accounting Done By Us:

Preparation of Minutes (AGM, EGM, Board Minutes)

Updating register of members

Updating register of directors

Updating register of charge

Updating register of shareholders

Updating register of transfers.

FAQs on Accounting


The law demands that the account books should include the daily financial transactions, and bills of the financial transactions made. The account books generally include ledgers, trial balance, original and copies of bills and so on. Now, however, with the online accounting, things have become much streamlined and easier to maintain.

Accounting, a process of storing, sorting and recording financial transactions, is required to be submitted by all businesses at the time of filing their tax returns. Since one cannot go about sorting accounts and dealing with financial matters at the time of filing their returns, it is better to go with the bookkeeping from the beginning, and keep everything in order. Also, apart from the income tax perspective, keeping the books updated can give a good impression to the investors and shareholders. Similarly, the Companies Act, 2013 and the LLP Act, 2008 decrees that the books of all accounts need to be maintained for any company or a partnership business.

It is your personal choice whether to appoint an expert on your payroll to work on your accounts or engage an agent to do the needful.
There is an advantage in taking the opinion of an expert, such as an agent who can maintain the accounting records as demanded by the income tax, and thus, save you a lot of man hours and hassles of dealing with daily bills and transactions.

The law demands that the account books should include the daily financial transactions, and bills of the financial transactions made. The account books generally include ledgers, trial balance, original and copies of bills and so on. Now, however, with the online accounting, things have become much streamlined and easier to maintain.

Yes, one can submit computerised accounts, too. Now, it is easier to maintain records and all details of financial transactions on designated software or through computerized records, to eliminate any errors and miscalculations.