Director KYC compliance

Simple and seamless Director KYC Compliance with Taxoutlook experts

Rs.999/- Only

Govt.Fees + Taxes Extra


  • Director KYC filing – with no out change in Existing details of Director
  • Self-attested PAN Copy, Aadhar card and passport details required for KYC filing
  • To be filed every year before 30th September
  • Easy Compliance management from Taxoutlook

What's Included

  • Preliminary consulting on Director KYC
  • Filing of KYC form with the RoC

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Your Director KYC Compliance With Tax Out Look

Registering a Company is quick, easy, and can be done online with Tax Out Look in 3 simple steps:

With Taxoutlook ,you are ready to takeoff in jus 3 steps


We help you register your directors with the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA).

Step 1


We help you pick the right company name.

Step 2


We draft and file the documents required for your company registration (MoA and AoA).

Step 3

Online Section 8 Company Registration in India

Any person or association of person with the intention to promote charitable objects etc. can register a section 8 company under Company Act, 2013. The main objects of a Section 8 company is to promote charitable objects like promotion of commerce, art, science, sports, education, research, social welfare, religion, charity, protection of environment etc. Section 8 Companies are not required to add the suffix Limited or Private Limited at the end of their name. These companies shall include the words like – Foundation, Forum, Association, Federation, Chamber ,Confederation ,Council, Electoral trust and the like etc.

The profit of Section 8 companies are applied towards the furtherance of their objects and no dividend is paid to any of their members. The incorporation certificate is obtained from the Central Government and are liable to adhere to rules laid by the government. Also, it takes only 15-20 days to register a section 8 company and the entire registration process is online based.

Section 8 Company :

As per Section 8 of the Companies Act, 2013, Any person or Association of person can register a section 8 company provide the following conditions are satisfied.

  • Have its primary objects work for the welfare of the society in the fields of science, art, sports, education, research, environment protection etc.
  • Intends to apply its profits , if any for the promotion of its objects
  • Intends to prohibit the payment of dividend to its members

Some of the key characteristics of a Section 8 Company are as below

1. Charitable Objects

The primary purpose of a Section 8 company should be to promote charitable objects which includes in the promotion of commerce, art, science, sports, education, research, social welfare, religion, charity, protection of environment etc.

2. Shareholders/Members

Shareholders are the owners of the company. Minimum of 2 member in case of private limited company and 7 members in case of public limited company are required to form a Section 8 Company.

3. Directors

Directors are appointed by the shareholders to govern the affairs of the company. There is no minimum directors required for a section 8 company. Maximum Directors allowed is 15. At least one Director should be an Indian citizen. The Directorship in Section 8 companies shall not be counted for the overall ceiling of number of directorships a director can hold at any point of time.

4. Use of Suffixes

Section 8 company shall include the words like – Foundation, Forum, Association, Federation, Chamber, Confederation, Council, Electoral trust and the like etc. The name shall not include “Private Limited” or “Limited” as the case may be.

5. Share capital

There is no requirement for Minimum share capital in case of Share capital. A Section 8 company can be incorporate with or without share capital as well.

Benefits of Section 8 Company in India

1. Separate Legal Entity

Section 8 Company is a separate legal entity distinct from the members/shareholders of the company. It is an artificial juridical person capable of entering in to contracts and conduct business in its own name.

2. Exemptions under Income Tax Act

Section 8 company can claim exemption from Income tax on its income, if it gets registered under Section 12AA (Tax exemption) under the Income Tax Act. Also, the donor can get 50% deduction on the donations made to section 8 companies under section 80 G.

What you get

  • Preliminary consulting on Section 8 company registration in India
  • Name Search and Approval
  • Drafting of MOA
  • DIN ( Director Identification Number) for 3 Directors
  • DSC ( Digital Signature Certificate) for 3 members
  • PAN and TAN
  • GST registration
  • Certificate of Incorporation and Share Certificates
  • Add on Services at extra cost ( optional)
  • Additional DIN’s and DSC’s can be availed at extra cost

Documents Checklist

1. KYC of the Members /proposed Directors

  • Proof of Identity – PAN , Passport ,Voter ID or Driving license
  • Proof of Address – Utility bills (Telephone, Mobile, electricity) or Bank Statement (latest 3 months statement with address)

2. Proof of Address of Registered office

  • In case of Rented – Notarized Rental agreement and Utility bills( Electricity, property tax, water, Gas bill)
  • In case of Own Premises- Proof of Ownership like sale deed

3. No Objection Certificate (NOC) from landlord or owner of the premises for using the said premises as Registered office of the Company

4. Registered Office – Please note that registered office of the Company need not be a commercial property. It may be a residential property as well.

Note 1: All Documents need to be self-attested by the Members/Proposed directors respectively and need to be scanned clearly and legibly.

Section 8 Company Registration Process

Our compliance expert will be in touch with for the documents. Once you share these documents, we will complete the below process.

  • Apply for DSC (Digital Signature Certificate).
  • Apply for DIN (Director Identification Number) for the proposed Directors.
  • Name Approval- You have to give us two names in the order of priority. The proposed names should not infringe on any trademark and should be unique and within the MCA guidelines.
  • Drafting and Submission of MOA and AOA.
  • An estimate of future annual income and expenditure of the company for the next three years, specifying the sources of the income and the objects of the expenditure.
  • Registrar of Companies (RoC) issues Certificate of Incorporation.

You don’t have to worry about the above process as our Compliance experts will help you in getting the company registration smoothly, quickly and hassle-free.

Glossary of Terms


A share represents a unit of the ownership in a company. In other words, if you are a shareholder of a company, you hold a percentage of ownership of the said company in proportion to share you have subscribed or bought.


Every person holding a share certificate is called a shareholder/member of the company.

Memorandum of Association

Memorandum of Association is the Charter/Constitution of the company. It defines the objects of the company both primary objects and incidental objects for which the company is formed. It also includes details related to Capital, Name, Registered office, Authorised capital, Liability clause. The shareholders approve and sign the MOA on Incorporation which is called subscribing to MOA.

Articles of Association

Articles of Association are bye laws of the company that govern the internal management and conduct of the business of the company. AOA is part of the MOA and is governed by the MOA of the company. It regulates the relationship between the company and its shareholders, as well as between the shareholders itself.

Share capital

Share capital refers to the amount invested in the company for carrying its stated operations.

Authorised Share capital

It is the Maximum amount of capital for which shares can be issued to its shareholders. It is mentioned in the MOA under Capital clause.

Paid-up capital

It is the actual amount of Shares issued to its shareholders and the money has been received from the shareholders. Paid up share capital is the subset of Authorised capital

Director Identification Number

A DIN is a unique identification number allotted to an Individual who is appointed as Director of a company.

Company Identification number

A Company Identification number (CIN) is a 21 digit alphanumeric unique number assigned by the Registrar of Companies (ROC) for every company registered in India. Every company has to mandatorily mention the CIN in their business correspondences and official publications.

Digital Signature Certificate

Digital Signing Certificates (DSC) are the digital equivalent to physical identification certificates such as driver license, passport or membership card. Just like the physical certificates serve as proof of identity of an individual for a certain purpose .A digital certificate can be presented electronically to prove one′s identity and sign certain documents digitally.

Share Certificate

Share certificate is issued by the Company on allotment of shares. It evidences the title of the person to such shares. It has to be issued within 2 months from the date of incorporation.

FAQs on Section 8 Company Registration in just 7 Days

The general time taken to complete the registration process and get the Incorporation certificate is around 15-20 days on receipt of all documents. This is subject to time taken by ROC to process the applications.

Any natural or legal person can register Section 8 company. Even partnership firm, trust, association of persons can become members in Section 8 Company.

Minimum of 2 Directors in case of Private limited and Minimum of 3 directors in case of Public limited is required. However, the minimum requirement of directors is not applicable for Section 8 company. Also, shareholders can be directors or a different person can also be appointed as directors of the company.

Yes. A partnership firm or a LLP can become members in a Section 8 company.

Name board and Letter head

The company shall mention the CIN ( Corporate Identification Number ), Reg. office details , Phone numbers, website and e-mail details in all its corporate communications and correspondences.

Appointment of Auditor

The company must appoint the auditor, a chartered accountant in practice within 30 days of incorporation

Issue of Share Certificates

The company must issue share certificates to all its shareholders within 2 months from the date of incorporation

Yes. Taxoutlook provides end to end Incorporation, accounting and audit, GST, Income tax filing services so that you don’t have to worry about the ticking all the compliances.


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