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Director DIN KYC Filing Annual filing of DIR-3(KYC)

The person holding a DIN must update their KYC every year by filing the eform DIR-3(KYC) with the registrar of companies before the 30th of September. We assist the director or partner of LLP in filing Director KYC.

How To File Annual Return For LLPs?

A Limited Liability Partnership business is required to file an Annual Return within 2 months of the closing of the financial year.The return needs to be filed with Form 8 and Form 11 with the Registrar of Companies (RoC).

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Overview Process Service of Income Tax Notice Documents Required FAQs
Filing of Director KYC 2022 (DIN-3 KYC) With ROC
Director’s KYC Filing is an annual activity and applies to every person who was allotted a DIN (Director Identification Number) on or before 31st March 2022. The purpose of filing the DIR-3 KYC form to the ROC is to keep the records of the ROC updated with the correct address, mobile and email address of the directors/designated partners. It is a mandatory filing, and if filed within the due date of 30th September 2022, there is no government fee. The DIN Numbers for which the KYC is not filed within its due date get deactivated, and the same can be activated after the filing of DIR-3 KYC with late filing fees of Rs. 5000 for each defaulting director or the designated partner.
File the Director KYC for the FY 2021-22 Now. The DIN KYC filing for the financial year 2021-22 has already begun effective 1st April 2022. As a company/LLP, you should ensure that the DIR-3KYC form is filed with the ROC for every person who has been allotted a DIN number. We are also running a discount offer of up to 40% for COVID-19-affected businesses.
Process of First Time Filing Director KYC Filing 2022
If the director is filing DIN KYC for the first time, it has to be filed by uploading a duly filled copy of the MCA Prescribed eform DIR-3 (KYC). Along with the eform, the copy of address proof is filed as a mandatory attachment. The e-form DIR-3 (KYC) is signed with the applicant director’s digital signature, followed by attestation by a CA, CS, or CMA in full-time practice. The wise step process for filing the DIR-3 KYC is as under.
STEP 1 – Check DIN Status at MCA
The first thing is to check the status of DIN at the MCA website. If you need assistance, call our customer care or chat on WhatsApp with us, we shall provide you with the DIN Status without any charges. The status should be Active; else, there is some issue with din in form of disqualification or deactivation. Please consult us for a resolution.
STEP 2 – Scan Address Proof of Director
Self-attested scanned copy of the address proof of the applicant is attached with the eform DIR-3 KYC. Telephone Bill / Mobile Bill / Electricity Bill / Water Bill or Bank Statement /Bank Passbook with latest transactions is considered as good document for address proof. The address proof should not be older than two months.
STEP 3 – Prepare DIR-3 Form and Verify Mobile/email
The first time KYC filing is done by way of submission of an e-form to the ROC, The personal mobile number and email address of the director or designated partner are verified by way of an OTP. Unique email and mobile numbers should be used for every person. A similar process of OTP Verification is applicable in the case of web-based KYC Filing.
STEP 4 – Filing of DIR-3 KYC e-form to ROC
The eform needs to be digitally signed by the director and thereafter the same is certified by a Practising CS, CS or CMA. In case the DIR-3 (KYC) form is filed within its due date then there is a NIL fee prescribed. However, after the due date is over the additional fee of Rs. 5000 is attracted for every person having DIN.
Service of Income Tax Notice

The Income Tax Act,1961 has laid down the law for the service of a notice, summons, order, or any other communication by delivering or transmitting a copy to the person in any method that is sanctioned under the Act. Here are the various ways in which the Income Tax Notice is served. Recipient of the Notice: Income Tax Notices are directly addressed to the individual but if they are meant for a minor they are addressed to the guardian Incorrect description of the assessee is usually rectifiable but in case of scenarios where the status of the assessee is entangled with the identity of the assessee, the name mentioned on the face of the return may become material. Service by Post: Service of the income tax notice can be processed through a registered post. Section 27 of the General Clauses Act 1897, specifies that the service is to be initiated by properly addressing, pre-paying, and posting by a registered post a letter that contains the document. This delivery can be made to the address, an employee, agent, or any other authorized person. Service by Affixture: In case a defendant refuses to sign the acknowledgment or where the officer is not able to find the defendant, then the office has to affix a copy of the summons or notice or requisition order on the outer door or any other noticeable part of the residence where the defendant is residing or pursuing the business activities. HUFs and the Partnership Firm: If the officer discovers the total partition of any HUF it may be recorded by the assessing officer and the notices can be served on the person who was the manager of the HUF. If the concerned person is deceased then the notice will be served to all adults who were firm or other Association of Persons, notices concerning the income of the firm or the association may be served on any personnel who were former partners or the members of the association that is assessed to taxation. Closed Business: In case of closed business, the assessing officer has to serve as a notice on the person whose income is subject to assessment. In the case of the firm or an association of persons a notice will be served to any of the members who have been a part of the firm during discontinuation. Concerning a company, the notice will be served on the principal officer or the Director.

List of Documents Required For Director KYC Filing


Front-facing latest passport size colour photograph of the director of Partner of LLP in JPEG Format.

Address Proof
Passport, Voter Card, Driving Licence, Electricity Bill, Telephone Bill or Aadhaar (Not Older Than 2 Month)

Pan Card
PAN is mandatory for Indian Citizens, Please submit a copy of your pan card. Ensure that the particulars are updated.


Mobile Number for OTP
Mobile number is required for OTP verification. Foreign citizens must give their overseas mobile No.


Passport is mandatory for Foreign Citizens, However, if the Indian applicant has a passport then it is mandatory to file.


Email ID for OTP
Furnish your email id on which the government can send communication and OTP for verification.

Income Tax Notice Response FAQs

What happens if there is a response to the Tax Notice?

The reply for the Income Tax notice should be responded to within 15 days of the intimation send by the assessing officer. For an extension, a written application can be made to the local assessing officer.

What is meant by defective return under 139 (9)?

Notice 139 (9) is sent by the assessing officer if the ITR filed by the taxpayer is defective or incorrect the office will also provide the proper description of the errors and also a solution for rectifying the errors.

What is Section 131 (1A) and what is the reason to get this notice?

When the AO is of the view that the taxpayer is concealing the income then he will receive the notice u/s 131(1A). This notice is just an intimation that the AO is initiating the inquiry or investigating the matter.

What is Section 245?

Section 245 is an intimation and this intimation means the offset taxpayer refund either full or partial against the old tax payable.

Is a board meeting held for the LLPs?

The Board meeting is conducted by the Board of Directors, here no BOD is involved in the LLPs instead the designated partners run the whole business and are also responsible for the compliance

Why is it necessary for the LLPs to comply with the ROC Compliance?

The LLPs are corporate entities and are operated by the legal rules and the procedures that are the stated in LLP Act 2008. Irrespective of the turnover the LLPs have to file the annual returns giving details on the management on the financial performance. Any delay in the same. attracts a heavy penalty.

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