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Our company expressly provides that the consultancy fees paid by the client is Non-refundable in any case and no claims in this regards will be entertained, except where our company is unable to provide the services for any reasons which are under the control of our company, its Owners, officers, directors and employees.
Our company expressly provides that the fees paid by the client is in the nature of Consultancy Fees. In General, No refunds are entertained by our company under any circumstances / or on any basis, in other words Consultancy Fees Paid by client are NON REFUNDABLE.
It must be clearly understood by every client that a huge amount is spent by our company on advertising in Google & Other Platforms apart from normal business fixed and recurring costs. Our company pays advertisement cost based on clicks by customer. Such costs are incurred when the client clicks on our website ads. Even though client has not submitted his documents and details but costs are incurred & are borne by our company.
Thus to recover such costs, Consultancy fees paid by client is NON REFUNDABLE.
However, Where the Client requests in writing to cancel his order within 2 - 3 working hours from the time of making payment or before form processing, our company officials will consider the merits of the case & decide upon the refund. In such cases also, amount of refund cannot exceed 50.00% of the amount paid by client.
It is hereby expressly provided that where client requests for cancellation / refund of fees after 2 - 3 working hours of making payment, NO REFUND CLAIMS WILL BE ENTERTAINED.
Decision on refunds taken by our company shall be final & binding upon the client.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION
Any Indian citizen with a current account in the name of their business can start a sole proprietorship. Registration may or may not be required, depending on what business you are planning to establish. However, to open a current account, banks typically require a Shops & Establishments Registration.
To open a current account, you need proof of the existence of your business. Most banks will ask for a Shops & Establishments Act Registration. In addition, you will need a PAN card and address and identity proofs.
A sole proprietorship business does not take more than 15 days to open-up and get running. This simplicity makes it popular among the small traders and merchants. It’s also much cheaper, of course. This is the other reason why it’s the most widely used business structure.
Most local businesses are run as sole proprietorships, from your grocery store to a fast food vendor, and even small traders and manufacturers. This is not to say that larger businesses do not operate as sole proprietors. Even some jewellery shops are sole proprietors, but this is not recommended.
To start a sole proprietorship, you would need address and identity proofs, PAN card, all KYC documents and rental agreement or sale deed (in case of Shops & Establishment Act Registration).
This depends on the business you’re in. It is compulsory for any business whose turnover in a financial year exceeds Rs 20 lakhs (Rs 10 lakhs in the case of North Eastern states) to get a GST registration. For businesses that are involved in selling goods or services to customers out of a commercial establishment, it is mandatory to register under Shops and Establishments Act.
The registrations controlled by the central government — service tax, for example — can be availed of online, whereas the state-government-controlled ones may or may not be. In some technologically advanced states, such as Karnata, they are, whereas in others they may not be.
You can always choose to do so. The procedure is a little tedious, but it is possible. It is very common for sole proprietors to convert into partnerships and private limited companies at a later stage.