In order to accept any king of foreign grants the NGO is required to acquire FCRA registration under Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act, 2010.
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NGO Registration Service in India– An Overview
A NGO is a non-government organization with a beneficent goal, for the improvement of the general public all in all. It tends to be begun as a Trust, a Society or a Non-Profit Company [Section 8 Company], contingent upon the movement you wish to attempt.
In India, NGO is an umbrella term for all non-benefit organizations including Trust, Society and Section 8 Company. Different names for such not-revenue driven organizations are “Sangathan”, “Sangh”, “Sangam”. Annual expense exception is accessible for all non-benefit NGOs.
These are some of the time mistook for non-productive organizations, which alludes to a normal business isn’t making a benefit.
At Legalstartup, we will assist you with choosing the correct alternative and guide you through the whole NGO enlistment process.
Why register an NGO in India?
A registered NGO gains the legal status and becomes accountable for the funds received. For instance, when an individual donates funds to a charitable trust, it is received under the name of the organization and used for the trust’s activities. In an unregistered firm, the assets can be received under anyone’s name and may be used for their own profit.
An organization that is registered as an NGO reinforces the ethical, social and legal norms of our society.
The basic requirement for running an NGO is to have a bank account under its name. In order to open an account, it is mandatory to be registered as a Trust, Society or Section 8 Company.
The registration of an NGO is necessary to seek tax exemption from the Income Tax Authority.
NGO Registration Online Process
Documents Required For NGO Registration
In general practice you will be eligible for government funding after 3 years of successful NGO registration. However, in certain special cases if the NGO can get project approvals government funding can be acquired after just one year of NGO registration.
No, promoters are not eligible to receive any kind of dividend out of the earnings as Section 8 company work with charitable objects. If any promoter has incurred any expenses or cost while performing any duly on behalf of the NGO then only such amount can be reimbursed to the promoters by the organization.
Following are the minimum no of member required for NGO registration;
1. For Trust, minimum 3 members are required. One Assignee and minimum two trustees.
2. For Society, minimum 7 members are required. However, if the society is registered on national level than 8 members are required from different states.
3. For Section 8 Company, minimum 2 members are required.
Yes. after NGO registration is completed you are recommended to apply for 80G and 12A registration under Income Tax Act, 1961. These registrations ensure dual tax exemptions, to the NGO as well as to its donors.
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