12A and 80G Registration for NGO

12A and 80G Registration for NGO

A non-profit organization or non-governmental organization (NGO), a charitable trust or a Section 8 corporation, are qualified to apply for 80G registration as well as getting certification under section 12A. Both the certifications can be applied together and it can also be completed independently. When an NGO requires towards applying for both independently, then, it requires applying for registration u/s 12A, first. Getting 12A certification is a prerequisite towards applying for getting 80G registration as per the Income Tax Act, 1961.

What is Registration under Section 12A?       

Any business association, that isn’t working for profits, for instance, charitable trust, religious association, Section 8 companies or NGO, can claim a full exemption from income tax. The condition is that these are required to be registered under Section 12A. In this way, it is noteworthy for every single NGO, trusts or association for getting registered under Section 12A immediately after incorporation. In the event that an NGO does not obtain 12A Declaration, it must pay income tax government expense on surplus amid the year. Despite whether the NGO Registration is done as a trust, registered as a society or a Section 8 Company, it is required to look for a 12A certification towards availing the tax exemption.

Without this, the receipts shall be entitled to normal tax rates and the exemptions accessible would evade. The registration would likewise assist in looking for grants from government or associations abroad.

What are the advantages of Registration under Section 12A?

  • Income shall be exempted from taxes.
  • Benefits of taking grants from the Government, Abroad, any additional agencies.
  • Benefits of FCRA Registration.

What is Registration under Section 80G?

80G Registration under Section 80G of Income Tax Act provides benefits towards the donor of an NGO. The donor receives monetary benefits in his taxable sum of their earnings.

What are the advantages of registration under Section 80G?

  • The donor is qualified for availing deduction from its taxable earnings.
  • Attracts the donor towards making a donation.

Document Required for Registration

The documents that are required for registration under Section 12A AND 80G are:

  1. Form – 10A for registration u/s 12Aregistration dully filled.
  2. Form – 10G for registration u/s 80G registrationdully filled.
  3. Certificate of Registration and MOA /Trust Deed (two copies – self-attested).
  4. NOC from Landlord.
  5. Copy of PAN card of NGO.
  6. Electricity Bill or House tax Receipt or Water Bill (photocopy).
  7. Evidence of welfare activities carried out and Progress Report since inception or last 3 years.
  8. Books of Accounts, Balance Sheet and ITR (if any), since inception or last 3years.
  9. List of donors together with their address and PAN.
  10. List of governing body i.e board of trustees members with their contact details.
  11. Deed for verification of Original RC and MOA /Trust.
  12. Authority letter in favor of NGO
  13. Any other document/affidavit/undertaking information as may be required by the authorities.

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