12A Registration 80G Registration and Niti Aayog Registration Combo Pack

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A non-profit organization or non-governmental organization (NGO), a charitable trust or a Section 8 corporation, are qualified to apply for 12A 80G and Niti Aayog registration as well as getting certification of NGO Darpan (Niti Aayog Certificate). All the registrations can be applied together and it can also be completed independently. When an NGO requires towards applying for all 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 and at last NGO should apply for Niti Aayog Registration.

Further in this article, we will discuss about the benefits of 12A and 80G Registration and also documents required for 12A and 80G Registration. We shall also discuss the benefits of NGO Darpan Registration and documents required for NGO Darpan Registration.

Benefits of 12A Registration under Income Tax Act:

  • The person who have registration under Section 12A and 80G can avail benefits of section 11 of Income Tax Act.
  • The person who is registered under Section 12A can avail benefits for accumulating or setting aside income. However, the income which is set aside should not be more than 15% of the amount applied towards charitable or other non-commercial purposes.
  • The accumulation of income which is considered to be the income application shall not be included in the assessee’s total income.
  • NGOs are entitled to receive grants as funds from domestic and international sources. These agencies are however entitled to provide grants to NGOs who have obtained registration under this section.

Documents required for 12A Registration

  • The document required for 12A registration is self-certified copy of the instrument/document evidencing the creation, or registration or establishment of the applicant. It may be Trust Deed or Registration certificate provided by Registrar of Firms and Societies or Registrar of Companies.
  • self-certified copy of existing order granting registration under section 12A/12AA/12AB, as the case may be;
  • where the applicant has been in existence during any year or years prior to the financial year in which the application for registration is made, self-certified copies of the annual accounts of the trust or institution relating to such prior year or years (not being more than three years immediately preceding the year in which the said application is made) for which such accounts have been made up.
  • Where any application under section 12A or section 12AA or Section 12AB has been rejected in past, self-certified copy of the order rejecting the application passed by the Income Tax Authorities.
  • Details of Author / Founder / Settlor / Trustees / Member of Societies like PAN or Aadhar or Passport or Driving License or Ration Card.
  • If applicant is registered on Darpan Portal than, Self-certified copy of certificate of registration.
  • If applicant is registered under Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act than, self-certified copy of registration certificate.

Benefits of 80G Registration

As explained above, the main source of Income for NGO is donation received from society and donor is willing to donate to that NGO which gives him tax benefit. There are many benefits of Section 80G Registration:

  • As the Donor is getting Tax benefit, more peoples are willing to donate to registered NGO.
  • If NGO want CSR Grants from Corporates, then they have to register themselves with MCA by filing Form CSR-1. And one of the conditions for Form CSR-1 registration is that the NGO must be registered u/s 12A and 80G of Income Tax Act. If NGO is registered under both sections, then they can approach corporates for getting CSR Funding after filing Form CSR-1
  • If NGO wants foreign donation, then FCRA Registration is mandatory. Section 80G Registration helps in FCRA Registration also.
  • Helps in getting donation from big NGOs.

Documents required for 80G Registration

  • self-certified copy of the instrument/document evidencing the creation, or registration or establishment of the applicant like Trust Deed or Registration certificate provided by Registrar of Firms and Societies or Registrar of Companies.
  • self-certified copy of existing order granting registration under section 80G, as the case may be;
  • where the applicant has been in existence during any year or years prior to the financial year in which the application for registration is made, self-certified copies of the annual accounts of the trust or institution relating to such prior year or years (not being more than three years immediately preceding the year in which the said application is made) for which such accounts have been made up.
  • Where any application under section 80G has been rejected in past, self-certified copy of the order rejecting the application passed by the Income Tax Authorities.
  • Details of Author / Founder / Settlor / Trustees / Member of Societies like PAN or Aadhar or Passport or Driving License or Ration Card.
  • If applicant is registered on Darpan Portal, Self-certified copy of certificate of registration.
  • If applicant is registered under Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act, self-certified copy of registration certificate.

Benefits of NGO Darpan Registration (Niti Aayog Registration)

  • Tax Benefits and Exemptions: Organizations with official registration relish tax exemptions, empowering them to channel more resources towards their fundamental objectives. This financial respite elevates the organization’s capacity to contribute meaningfully to the advancement of society.
  • Facilitating Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR): Registration with Niti Aayog aligns seamlessly with the government’s CSR endeavors. It not only unlocks avenues for collaboration with corporate entities but also nurtures partnerships conducive to impactful social projects.
  • Expanding Network Horizons: Integration into the Niti Aayog network unfolds distinctive prospects for collaborative ventures and networking. Entities can establish connections with kindred organizations, thereby amplifying their influence and outreach.

Documents required for Niti Aayog Registration

  • Memorandum and Article of Association and Certificate of Incorporation in case of section 8 company.
  • Trust Deed in case of Trust
  • Registration certificate in case of Society
  • PAN of Company / Trust / society
  • PAN and Aadhar of Director / Member/ Trustee
  • Contact Details like E-mail and Mobile number of Director / Member / Trustee
  • Details of source of fund received by NGO
  • Designation of the members in case of society
  • Other information as may be required.

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FAQ on 12A 80G and Niti Aayog Registration:-

Where the trusts or institutions are already having registration u/s 12AA, they shall apply for registration u/s 12AB, latest by 30-06-2021 in Form 10A and the validity of said registration shall be for a period of five years. However, in the case of new registration, the same would be granted a provisional registration, which shall be valid for a period of three years.

No, The form can be verified through EVC.

Form 10A/10AB shall be verified by the one who is allowed to verify the return of income of trust or institution u/s 140 of the taxation Act.

The term “Section 80G Certificate” denotes the certificate issued by the Income Tax Department to the NGO, Section 8 Company, or Trust.

The main difference between the both is that the former provides the process of registration under Section 12A. In contrast, the latter provides for the applicability of sections 11 and 12.

Yes, every trust, institution, or NGO is required to file a new application for registration.

Form 10A was notified recently by the CBDT to enable trusts/NGOs to apply for migration of its registration to the new registration scheme as per section 12AB. Henceforth any application for registration of a trust shall be required to be made in form 10A. 

Form 10AB was notified recently by the CBDT to enable trusts/NGOs to apply for renewal or conversion of provisional registration to regular registration or approval of its registration or the approval to the new registration scheme as per section 12AB. Henceforth any application for renewal of registration or approval of a trust shall be required to be made in form 10AB. 

As of now, the NGO Darpan portal provides for the information related to grants provided by the government departments and ministries only. 

No, it is not mandatory. But to access any grant provided by the government departments and ministries, registration on this portal is a pre-requisite.

The registration, once done, is valid for a lifetime. There is no need for any renewal.

NGO Darpan unique ID is provided to the NGO after its registration and is required to apply for grants through the NGO Darpan Portal. On the other hand, a User ID is chosen by the applicant and is needed to log in to the portal. 

No, an individual is not eligible to register himself on this portal.

Yes, any NGO cannot apply for FCRA Registration if it is not registered on NGO Darpan. All the NGOs already having FCRA registration must also register themselves on this portal.

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