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How do I advertise small business free?

Submitted by LegalWizin on Wed, 03/18/2020 - 01:39

There are ample of sources, you can use for free marketing. The best one is having online presence. Facebook, Instagram, and even WhatsApp comes as a tool. Where the service industry may find it a little difficult to market over there platforms, these are surely helpful when it’s product based.

You can also consider about making videos on YouTube or IGTV.

While using these tools, you need to care for the quality of content being published on public domains.

How much trademarks usually are sold for on avg if someone wants to buy it from you? I know it depends, but in the avg for a trademark that is really not being used but to just be kept around.

Submitted by LegalWizin on Wed, 03/18/2020 - 01:36

As you are already aware that the valuation actually depends on many factors, I would also say how the need of buyer affects the consideration.

Here are the points affecting consideration:

1. How unique your trademark is. Well, few times the buyer finds it an opportunity that the trademark is unused because there will no perception in consumer’s mind. Here the only need of buyer is to buy the right on the unique name.

What should I do to maintain GST, if I don't maintain any type of account for my business (i.e. grocery, fruits & vegetable in one shop)?

Submitted by LegalWizin on Wed, 03/18/2020 - 01:32

Every person who is registered under GST has to file GST return quarterly or monthly as applicable. If you are not maintaining accounts, then for filing GST returns you can maintain only data of his sales and purchase with required detail such as invoice no., client name, GST number , Tax paid or collected etc. for taking credit and for payment of tax to government.

What should be the procedure to write the terms and conditions, privacy policy, and refund policy for a web platform? Can I write on my own or have a legal counsel write it?

Submitted by LegalWizin on Wed, 03/18/2020 - 01:30

The documents - Terms & Conditions, Privacy Policy, Refund Policy, Website Declaimers and other legal documents for online businesses are drafted carefully based on the business type. While drafting those, all the perspective and recent provisions are taken in mind.

Although it depends on you to choose whether to hire a counsel for drafting or not, it is recommended to at least consult once to know if at your business scale or as per your requirement, adopted documents will work or not.

If I start a business then what Indian government help me to set up my business?

Submitted by LegalWizin on Wed, 03/18/2020 - 01:22

This is the perfect question, every businessman must ask. Unfortunately, many businesses fails to find or recognise the financial or non-financial aids, both the Central and State Government offer to new or small scale businesses.

One of the common registration can be obtained by the businesses is Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) Registration.

What if my company is registered with MSME? Does it still require a separate registration under the NSIC for a government tender?

Submitted by LegalWizin on Mon, 03/09/2020 - 04:24

Yes. For NSIC registration, the having MSME registration is pre-requisite. You need to register first under MSME and then go for NSIC registration. Both serves different purpose.

Also, the registration criteria are stringent than those under MSME. The registration can be applied online at Single Point Registration Scheme (SPRS).

See also: http://www.nsic.co.in/

What are the legal procedure we need to follow in order to set up a business in India?

Submitted by LegalWizin on Mon, 03/09/2020 - 04:15

Starting a business would follow the business formation to its registration with various authorities. Based on the organisation structure chosen, the formation process will be followed to make the business come in existence.

As soon as the formation or incorporation is completed, the priority task will be to obtain PAN and TAN of the entity, which will be followed by opening the bank account.

Which organization manages the .in domain registration in India?

Submitted by LegalWizin on Mon, 03/09/2020 - 04:13

.in is the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for India.

The domain is operated by INRegistry under the authority of NIXI, the National Internet Exchange of India. INRegistry was appointed by the government of India.

As of 2009, This .in Website Domain Registrations is part of Network Information Center - India

.in (available to anyone; used by companies, individuals, and organizations in India)

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