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80G & 12A Registration


  • Drafting application for Section 12A license
  • Drafting application for an 80G exemption certificate
  • End-to-end follow-up with the tax authority
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80G & 12A Of Income Tax Act, Registration

An NGO gets the benefits of exemption under income tax act, for availing such exemption it needs to get registered under 80G and 12A of Income Tax Act.

Any donor i.e. Individual, company, firm or any other person making donation to NGO registered under 80G, get deduction about 50% from their taxable income and some qualify at the rate of 100%.

Registration under section 12A is one time and has lifetime Validity. NGO registered under 12A claims exemption of Income Tax, all Income are not taxable.

A newly registered NGO can also apply for such registration.Applications for registration under 80G and 12A can be applied together or it can also be applied separately also.

Benefits of obtaining Registration under Section 12A and 80G of
Income Tax Act, 1961

Both Sections 12A and 80G have their own significance and offer several benefits to NGO’s with such Registrations. The advantages are as follows:

Only NGO’s who possess Registration under Section 12A and 80G are worthy of availing government funding.

With 80G Registration, NGO’s can allure donors to donate funds to the organization.

Using this Registration, the donors can lessen the donation amount to the NGO from their total taxable income.

Registration under Section 12A helps the organizations to seek grants from government & organizations abroad.

Documents Required

  Registration certificate

Certified copy of the registration certificate under which the association is registered i.e., Indian Trust Act, 1882, Companies Act, 1956 / 2013 etc.

  Pan Card, ITR , MOA

  Activity Report / Project Report

Activity Report/Project Report along with photograph of such activity for the Last 3 Years or since its Inception whichever is earlier.

  List of beneficiaries

List of beneficiaries of various charitable activities with their confirmation.

  Audited Financials for last 3 years

  List of Donors

  Key Functionaries

  Details of Bank

  Power of attorney

  Documents of Key functionaries

  Premises Address Proof of NGO


Steps to Apply for 80G & 12A Certification

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Disqualification from Exemption


Even after registration and meeting all requirements under the Income Tax Act, here are a few situations which may still disentitle a donor from claiming the tax deduction.


  1. If a charitable organisation registered as NGO is engaged in religious affairs or promoting interests of a particular caste of community.
  2. If this registration process for NGO has any ‘non exempted income’, that is if they have any business income or a commercial purpose that gives rise to incomes not specifically exempted for NGOs.
  3. If the donor pays in cash – the government from the budget 2018-19 onwards has reduced the admissible deduction, if cash has been used from 10,000 rupees to only 2,000 rupees. However, there is no such limit for cheque or other electronic modes of transfer.
  4. If the NGO does not maintain its routine account of expenditures and receipts.
  5. If the NGO is not duly registered under the Societies Registration Act of 1860 or under Section 8 company registration Act, 201

To summarise, registering under the 12A section allows the NGO exemption from tax rates. Failing to do will make them applicable for ITR filling. The 80G section, on the other hand, ensures that a person donating to the NGO can deduct the amount from their taxable income, which leads to more donations.