Every LLP registered in India needs to comply with the annual return filing requirement each year. A business registered as a Limited Liability Partnership in India must file its annual return within 60 days from the end of financial year. The Statement of Account and Solvency must be filed within 30 days within 6 months from the end of a financial year.
An LLP is also required to file the ITR or Income Tax Return each year. The due date to file the annual return is May 30 and the due date to file the Statement of Account and Solvency is October 30. Non-compliance with annual return filing can lead to heavy penalties for the Limited Liability Partnership.
After the relevant documents are submitted and reviewed, the annual return is prepared by Legistify’s legal experts. The annual return and Income Tax Return of the Limited Liability Partnership are filed with the government. The statement of account and solvency is prepared on the basis of documents provided by the LLP. The ROC filing of the LLP is done by filing the Form 8 and Form 11 with the authority.
- Bank account statements of the LLP
- Identity proof of the designated partners
- Address proof of the designated partners
- Memos of expenses and purchase
- Statement of accounts
- Balance Sheet
- Other relevant information, if required