What is 80g

A NGO can profit salary charge exclusion by getting itself enlisted and conforming to certain different customs, yet such enlistment does not give any profit to the persons making gifts. The Income Tax Act has certain procurements which offer tax reductions to the “givers”. All NGO’s may as well profit the playing point of these procurements to pull in potential benefactors. Segment 80g is one of such segments. Provided that a NGO gets itself enlisted under area 80g then the individual or the organisation making a gift to the NGO will get a derivation of 50% from his/its assessable earnings. In the event that a ngo gets enrolled under 12a and 80g, then just it is pertinent for any administration subsidizing. A recently enrolled ngo can additionally request 80g enrollment. The accompanying reports are needed for 80g enlistment.

Photocopy of Registration declaration of the ngo and its bye-laws
Photocopy of Detail of exercises since its initiation or most recent three years whichever is less
Photocopy of evaluated records of the institution/ngo since its origin or most recent 3 years whichever is less.
Photocopy of Pan Card of the ngo
Details of the members of ngo

Registration under 12A(a) :
Click to Download 12A(a) form.

Registration under 80G(5)(vi) :
Click to download 80G(5)(vi) form.

 

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