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Registration of ownership (LLP, Private Limited Company, Partnership, etc.)
MSME registration (if you want to avail the benefits of Startup India Scheme)
License from Shops and Establishments Act
Registration with PAN
Registering for GST
From the Municipal Corporation: a trade permit
Professional license in tax
The brand name is secured through trademark registration,
Additional licenses, a fire safety certificate.
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Did you know?
Martha Matilda Harper was the first woman to start a beauty salon. Canadian-born Martha, a homemaker who served as a maid for 25 years. Gained a lot of knowledge about the usage of herbs for face and skin care during this time. In Rochester, New York, she established her own beauty parlour in 1888 to capitalise on her skills.
TCustomers would receive the ‘Harper Method’—a complex, two-hour procedure that included head and shoulder massages, facials, and techniques dubbed ‘saddle manoeuvre’, ‘strapping action’, and ‘checking motion’—all of which were supposed to increase blood flow and encourage hair growth.
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There are a number of arrangements and formalities that must be made when starting a new business, such as opening a salon. Starting a new salon in India definitely should comply with all the legal aspects. You must apply for and get all necessary licenses and permits in addition to receiving training and developing the necessary skills for starting and operating the business.
The fundamental prerequisites include a rent/lease agreement or sale deed for the property where the salon will be physically located, business license and registration, as well as obligatory audit and tax compliances.
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Before opening a salon, you should think crosscheck this checklist
Step 1: The registration under Shops and Establishment Act
According to this act, a license must be obtained within 30 days of the business's launch. One must register under the Shops and Establishments Act before operating any shop or establishment, conducting business, or hiring staff. This legislation outlines the standards that the employer must adhere to with regard to opening and closing times, working hours, overtime rules, leave policies, how work is distributed, how notices are displayed, etc. You can reach out to experts at Zolvit to complete your registration asap.
Step 2: Signing up for PAN and TAN
Each and every company is required to register in its own name for a PAN (Permanent Account Number) and TAN (Tax Deduction and Collection Account Number). However, in the event of a sole proprietorship, the PAN and TAN can both be obtained in the name of the owner. Both are ten-digit, alphanumeric, and one-of-a-kind numbers provided by the Income Tax Department. A PAN is required in order to make payments of ₹50,000 or more, and a TAN is required in order to deduct TDS.
Step 3: Registration of GSTIN
If a company's yearly turnover exceeds ₹10 lakh in special category and north eastern states, and ₹20 lakh in all other states, it must pay GST. Your company needs a GSTIN registration if the boutique's revenue meets this requirement.
Step 4: Trade Permit
It is required to obtain a trade license from the local administration before starting the firm. Only after verifying that the trade is both legal and in accordance with public policy is this license granted. The following documents are included with the trade license application: the company/firm registration paper, the property tax document, the fire NOC, the ID proof, the address proof, etc.
Step 5: Registration for Tax Professionals
The local government, whether it be a municipality or corporation, imposes the professional tax. This tax is different in each state. You must register yourself for professional tax registration in accordance with the legislation that governs in your state.
Step 6 : Fire NOC
A No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the Chief Fire Officer is required when opening a salon, depending on the locale, the type of business (online/offline), and the work being done. As an illustration, if you are running an offline business where consumers will visit your shop and employees will be needed to run the business, you must obtain the fire NOC.
This is essential to secure your own safety as well as the safety of your boutique's clients and staff. Along with the application, the following additional documents must be shared in order to obtain the NOC: the construction schedule, the building model, and an architect's certification.
Step 7: Employment Registration
Registration with Employees State Insurance (ESI) is required if you hire 20 or more people on a pay basis. Each employee who earns under ₹21,000 per month is qualified to get benefits under this scheme.
Step 8: Pollution Control Board Approval
According to the Pollution Control Board, if you dye hair in your store and treat clothing materials with chemicals and other things, it is considered an industry. The PCB will grant you a license after checking the provided documentation and, if necessary, doing an on-site inspection of your facilities.
Step 9 : Tax Compliance and Auditing
The GST rate may apply to salon services depending on the type of services one is receiving. The act requires the salon registered under the GST guidelines to submit a GST return. The proprietors of salons must also have annual and legal audits carried out in accordance with the applicable regulations.
The following registrations must be made in order for a beauty salon to operate legally:
To avoid last-minute headaches, apply for the necessary permits and licenses well in advance. For professional advice on LLP, OPC, and other ownership structures for your salon, contact Zolvit.