A sole proprietorship is a business that is owned and managed by a single person. You could have one up and running within 15 days, which makes it very popular among the unorganised sector, particularly small traders and merchants. There is no such thing as registration; proprietorships are recognised by other registrations, such as a service tax registration or sales tax registration. As you would imagine with a business that’s so easy to set up, though, its shortcomings are severe: the liability of the proprietor is unlimited and it does not have a continuous existence.
A Sole Proprietorship is inexpensive as compared to a One Person Company (OPC) and, thanks to the minimal compliance requirements, is inexpensive even over the long-term. You would not need to hire an auditor, for example. This is why, despite its severe shortcoming (unlimited liability), small merchants and traders opt for it.
We will help you decide what registration you need, whether service tax, sales tax, import/export code, professional tax or Shops and Establishments Act registration. We will also inform you of the documents you need to get started.
We will connect you to a verified vendor who will file your application and keep you up-to-date on its status. Our vendors are well-experienced in handling local registrations.
We will offer our complete support until you receive the registration you've selected. This could take up to 15 days in some cases, but as few as 5 days in others. This depends on the workload of authorities and other externalities.