We are hiring Company secretary onroll, how to avoid statutory deductions - CiteHR
Nagarkar Vinayak L
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Dear All,
We are hiring a company secretary on onroll basis, is it any way we can avoid statutory deductions. We are covered under Shop Act, Karnataka. Please let me know.

Which Statutory Deductions you want to avoid?
Hi Bhanudevaraj,
Which statutory deduction and why you want to avoid?

We did not find any meaning from the posting for a suggestion. You come out with detail so members can contribute their views. If your company is a registered one then the company secretary on onroll is statutory requirement.
Which tax you want to evade by appointing a company secretary is best known to you. Any establishment does not fall under factory or mines is covered under Shop & commercial Act of the state of existance.

Dear colleague,
Please clarify what is the relevance of statutory { which} deductions to the appointment of the Company Secretary?.
Vinayak Nagarkar

Yes, you can avoid all type of deductions by Hiring him as Honorary Company Secretary without any remuneration / compensation.

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