Startup India Registration

Obtain recognition under the Startup India Initiative from the DIPP to take advantage of the advantages offered to startups.

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The government has launched the Startup India programme to foster corporate growth via innovation. By forming a business entity under the StartUp India programme, startups can take advantage of the many benefits that come with DIPP registration. This plan aims to make India a nation that creates jobs rather than just seeks them out. The Startup India Scheme only recognises entities that are registered as Private Limited Companies, Limited Liability Partnerships (LLP), or Registered Partnership Firms. Additionally, such a startup must be engaged in efforts to innovate or improve on current goods or services, as well as be able to create jobs and money. Only an entity that meets the requirements outlined by the government may register.


Possibility of requesting a three-year income tax exemption

For the first ten years following incorporation, eligible startups are eligible for three consecutive financial year exemptions from paying income tax.

eligibility for the Rs. 10,000 billion FOF programme

More than Rs. 1600 crore has already been invested in 251 startups through the Funds of Funds for Startups Scheme. One of the startups competing for the remaining Rs. 8,400 crore capital may be you.

Government Priority Tender and Procurement Program

Exemption from previous employment or turnover, as well as a security deposit for tender submission
Possibility to list startup products on the government's e-marketplace to gain market exposure.

No Angel Tax up to funding of Rs. 25 crore

According to Section 56 (2) (VIIB) of the Income Tax Act of 1961, investments made by accredited investors, non-residents, AIFs, and closely owned listed corporations into qualifying startups may also be excluded.

Raj, the labour inspector, has left startups.

For startups, the threat of a labour law inspection is gone. Recognized startups can easily self-manage their compliance with the PF, ESIC, gratuity, and environmental laws.

50% off of trademark fees and 80% off of patent fees

Fast processing of Startup Patent applications, 50% Off Trademark Fees Up Front, and 80% Off Patent Filing Fees.

Now, borrowing money from foreign investors (ECB) is simple.

Through a straightforward RBI compliance system, recognised startups can obtain loans from non-resident investors (External Commercial Borrowings, or ECBs), up to $ 3 million each fiscal year.

Members of Private Limited may make deposits.

Five years after the company was incorporated in accordance with the Companies (Acceptance of Deposits) Rules of 2014.

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