Registered Capital and Paid-Up Capital
What’s the difference between Registered Capital and Paid-Up Capital? When you consult how to register a company, you will be through this problem. So please allow Dada enterprise to explain it to you.
Registered capital is the amount that it’s required to run the business until it can break even - the 'minimum registered capital' is a guideline only. The amount of registered capital needed depends on factors like industry, scope of business and location.
Generally speaking, for manufacturing and trading WFOE, the registered capital is required RMB 1 million or above. For service enterprises, such as consultancy, technology, market research and development, the registered capital is usually required RMB 500, 000 or above. Once the business license is issued, 15% of the registered capital should be paid up during 3 months, with the balance being remitted within 2 years. All of the registered capital can be paid in one time or several times, fewer times, fewer capital verification fees are needed.
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