Our Mission Is To Associate With Professionals
And Support All Services Under One Roof !!
Onwards *All Inclusive (Fees & Taxes)*
Prepare Drafts And Application
Liaisoning with Department
Provide 12A certificate
Proceed for 80G with Department
Provide 80G certificate
80G & 12A Registration
Duly Filed in Application
Verification of Documents by Commissioner
Visit Income Tax Department
PAN card of NGO.
Certificate of Incorporation.
Trust Deed, in case the NGO is a Trust.
Copy of utility bills such as Water Bills, Electricity Bills or House Tax Receipt.
Evidence of welfare activities carried out & Progress Report since inception or last 3 years or whichever is less.
For the Trust/Organisation
Utility Bill for Address Proof
Registration certificates and Pan
ITR of Last year
Basic Features of 80G & 12A Registration
After getting 12A & 80G Certificate all the received income will be exempted from taxation.
After getting 12A & 80G an organization attracts the donor to make a donation.
After getting 12A & 80G an organization can apply under the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act, 2010 or FCRA
For CSR funding it is mandatory to get registration certificate of 12A & 80G.
NGO’s receives various grants from government and other agencies. They are eligible to get grants and financial funding from various agencies. These agencies generally make grants to 12A registered NGO’s
Donors get deduction
After getting 80G the donor can avail deduction from its taxable income after donation.
80G Registration comes under Section 80G of Income Tax Act and provides benefits to the donor of an NGO, whereas Section 12A Registration will assist an NGO to get an organization income exempted from Tax. Both 80G Registration and 12A Registration applies only to NGO's and charitable organizations.