80G Registration Certificate for NGO

Tax Exemption Benefits to Doners

Get Exemption from Tax Rates on your NGO and provide Tax Exemption on Donations to your DONORS through 12AB & 80G Registration. Get these registrations at lowest prices NOW!!!

Get Your 80G Certificate for Your NGO @ ₹8,999


Packages for 12A and 80 G Registration

Basic Package

₹8,999/-

Standard Package

₹10,999/-

Premium Package

₹17,999/-

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Documents required for 80G Registration

Below is the list of documents required for the 12AB & 80G Registration Online:

  1. Section 8 Company/ Society/ Trust registration documents.
  2. Directors or Trustee’s PAN Card.
  3. Aadhar Card of the directors or trustees.
  4. Trust Deed (in the case of a Trust) or Memorandum of Understanding (MOA), Articles of Association (AOA) of the Company (in the case of a Society/Section 8 Company).
  5. Balance Sheet, Profit and Loss account and Audit Reports of all years since incorporation of the Section 8 NGO/Trust/Society.
  6. A comprehensive list of welfare activities.
  7. PAN Card of Organization
  8. Unique ID of Niti Aayog Registration

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What is 80G Registration ?

80G is a certificate that exempts you part or fully from paying taxes, if you have made donations to charitable trusts or section 8 company or organizations that are registered to offer you exemptions from taxes. For e.g. A charitable organization or trust registered under section 12 A, allows you to avail tax exemption under section 80G. There is however a maximum allowable deduction criteria. The criterion is if the aggregate of the amount you donate exceeds 10% of the total gross income, then the excess amount will not qualify for tax benefit. 80G certificates made its way into law book in the year 1967-68 and it continues to be an important tax saving certificate.

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Benefits of 80G Registration

MORE FUNDS TO WORK

Through the tax exemption on NGO income, more capital will now be available for charitable purposes as it will attract more donors.

NEW SOURCES OF FUNDS

Recognized agencies, government, and international sources of funds and grants are permitted after getting 12AB & 80G registration.

BROADENS THE SCOPE OF NGO

Since, more donors are attracted for charity purpose as that amount is exempted from Tax, this broadens the scope of the NGO’s mission as more donations are now available for charity.

FCRA FUNDINGS

Only 12AB and 80G registered NGOs are allowed to accept International funding, with exceptions available under the Foreign Regulation Act, 2010 (FCRA).

MORE EXPOSURE

When an NGO registers and receives 12AB and 80G registrations, it gains more operational exposure and status value.

VALIDITY

The validity of Provisional 12AB & 80G registrations is 3 years. The renewal of these registration must be done 6 months prior to the expiry of these certificates.

Who can avail tax savings under 80G?

  1. A person who makes an eligible donation is entitled to avail tax exemption under 80 G.
  2. Donations made to listed trust and organizations only qualify for deduction u/s 80G

Who cannot avail tax savings under section 80G?

  1. If a donation is made to a foreign trust you cannot qualify for tax savings under section 80G.
  2. If donations have been made too one or more political parties you cannot avail or claim deduction for such donations. Deductions cannot be claimed even for printing or publishing of brochures, flyers and pamphlets
  3. Donations by NRI if made to eligible institutions and trusts also qualify for tax exemption under section 80G.
  4. If donation is made from salary and if the donation receipt carries the name of the employer then employees can claim deduction under section 80G

Conditions to be fulfilled under Section 80G Registration

For approval under Section 80G the following conditions are to be fulfilled :

  1. The NGO should not have any income which are not exempted, such as business income. If, the NGO has business income then it should maintain separate books of accounts and should not divert donations received for the purpose of such business.
  2. The bylaws or objectives of the NGOs should not contain any provision for spending the income or assets of the NGO for purposes other than charitable.
  3. The NGO is not working for the benefit of particular religious’ community or caste.
  4. The NGO maintains regular accounts of its receipts & expenditures.
  5. The NGO is properly registered under the Societies Registration Act 1860 or under any law corresponding to that act or is registered under section 8 of the Companies Act 2013

Mandatory Requirement of Unique ID of Niti Aayog Registration

The organisations applying for registration/ revalidation as per the amended provisions of section 80G, is mandatorily required to give the details of its Registration number of Niti Aayog.
This is also mandatory in the situation where the applicant organisation receives or intends to receive any grantor assistance from either the Central Government or state Government.

Validity of 80G Registration

Earlier registration under 12A was given as one-time registration and once the registration is granted it will hold good till cancellation. From 1st April 2021, all new registration will be given for 5 years only and organisation has to apply for renewal after each 5 years.

Frequently Asked Questions

For new 12A and 80G registrations, they can be filed immediately upon incorporation.

We can apply for 12A and 80G soon after the Trust is registered. If in case the customer is applying after a year or two then their ITR is required.

The process is 100% online. So, it doesn’t require your physical presence at any stage. Relax in the comfort of your home while we take care of everything.

Yes, you can apply for them separately in which case you have to apply for 12A first. However, doing them together is easier.

Earlier, 80G and 12A registrations were valid for the lifetime of an organisation. Now, in the case of provisional registration, the validity of 80G and 12A registrations has been kept at 3 years, or for 3 years from the commencement of activities, whichever is earlier and, in case of re-validation, the validity is 5 years.