Incorporation Services

Incorporation Services
Limited Liability Partnership
Rs 8999 (all inclusive)
Package includes DPIN+ PAN+ TAN+ LLP Agreement
Minimum 2 members required
Unlimited No of Partners
Foreigners can invest only with the prior approval of RBI and FIPB approval
Less Compliances
Ideal for those who want to be in partnership and have limited liability too.
Private Limited Company
As low as Rs 7500 (all inclusive)
Package includes MOA + AOA+ PAN+ TAN+ DSC+ Incorporation Certificate
Minimum 2 members required
Maximum 200 shareholders
Foreigners can directly invest under the Automatic Approval Route in most sectors
More Statutory Compliances
Ideal for startups looking for venture capitalist funding
One Person Company
Rs 7999 (all inclusive)
Package includes MOA + AOA+ PAN+ TAN+ DSC+ Incorporation Certificate
Single Person can start
Only one shareholder
Director and Nominee Director can't be Foreigners
Less Compliances
Ideal for single person starting venture on his/her own

Incorporation Services in India

At taxsavo, we have experts who can help you to find out which type of entity is best for you business.

Choosing best form of business as important as the execution of the idea. If your idea needs funding then Proprietorship, OPC  and partnership cannot not give the right plough back what your business needs. So, before choosing, look over all the aspects that can affect your decision of starting a business.

Key facts to consider while choosing

  1. Legal Existence:

For a startup it is best to first consider whether he wants to start business under a legal entity or under his own name.

  1. No. of persons Involved:

The second key fact for choosing a right form  depends upon the no. of persons involved in the initial stage of startup.

  1. Capital requirement:

Choosing a right form  also depends upon the initial capital eligibility and future funds availability.

  1. Funding requirements:

If in near future, funding is required in the startup, then it has to be planned in the initial stage of business.

  1. Restriction on Personal Liability

It has to be decided in the initial stage whether the key persons is liable personally or there should be restriction.

Startups set-up private limited companies so that they can raise venture capital funding and offer their best employees stock options. Without funding and stock options, it’s almost impossible to build and scale a large business. Banks and other lenders would also much rather lend to private limited companies, as compared to sole proprietors.

A private limited company must have at least two directors and shareholders, and can have a maximum of 15 directors and 200 shareholders.

Initially, we help you get a digital signature certificate (also known as DSC), which is nothing but an e-signature to help you complete the registration online. It usually takes two days to get the DSC from the time you submit the documents. Next, we apply for the Director Identification Number (also called a DIN). This typically takes one day. The third phase involves selection of a name for your company. Now, do remember that your company name need not be your brand name.

For example, has been incorporated as One97 Communications Limited. Once done, we will prepare the Memorandum and Articles of Association and apply for the Certificate of Incorporation.


It will take around 12-15 days to get a company incorporated provided all the documents required are provided in time.

As private limited companies are not traded publicly, regulatory requirements placed on them are fewer than on public companies. For example, they need not disclose their books of accounts.

Because of this advantage, they need only worry about the long term rather than face the music from their shareholders in case their results in a particular quarter are poor.

Absolutely, you will get all the payment receipt of stamp duty and forms fees paid by us to Registrar of Companies. We promise you 100 % transparency as mentioned.

As we said, we believe in 100% transparency and 100% authenticity. The client has to pay the professional fees after the incorporation. And regarding government fees, he/she has to pay after receiving the government fees acknowledgment by Ministry of Corporate Affairs.

If a client feels inconvenient about installments payments, he/she can pay 50% in advance and 50 % after completion.

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