80G Registration

@ 5000/-

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Required Documents

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS Following are the list of documents and information required to proceed for 80G Registration.


1.Following information pertaining to the trustees or managers of the NGO:

  • Name
  • Address
  • PAN Details
  • Email Id
  • Mobile Number
  • Designation

2. Registration certification under which the trust/society/NGO was established.

3.A copy of the PAN card that belongs to the NGO.


  • It’s an application for registration of a charitable or religious trust or institution under clause (aa) or clause (ab) of sub-section 80G of the Income Tax Act, 1961;     
  • Copy of the documents that must be certified and acts as evidence of modification or adoption of the objects, if any;
  • Additionally, a certified copy of the document that serves as evidence of the establishment of the institution or creation of the trust, if applicable;
  • A certified copy of the instrument under which the institution or trust was established or created, if applicable;
  • A certified copy of the registration with Registrar of Firms (ROF) & Societies or Registrar of Public Trusts, whichever applicable;
  • Certified copy of the annual reports of the trust/institution for a maximum three immediately preceding financial years, if applicable;
  • Note on activities;
  • Certified copy of existing order granting registration under Section 80G if any;
  • Furthermore, a certified copy of the order of rejection of application for grant of registration under Section 80G, if any;


Process To Start 80G Registration


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Basic Package


Rs. 5000 Plus Gst
(All Inclusive)
  • • Provisional 80G Application

Standard Package


Rs. 10000 Plus Gst
(All Inclusive)
  • • Provisional 80G Application
  • • Darpan ID
  • • CSR Application

Premium Package


Rs. 15000 plus GST
(All Inclusive)
  • • Provisional 80G and 12A Application
  • • Darpan ID
  • • CSR Application

• Donation in real money or check are qualified for the duty derivation. • All donations are not qualified for tax reductions. Tax reductions can be guaranteed uniquely on explicit gifts for example those made to recommended assets and establishments. • For asserting reasoning under Section 80G, a receipt gave by the beneficiary trust,called as donee, is an unquestionable requirement. The receipt must contain the name, address and PAN of the Trust, the name of the benefactor, the sum gave.

By 12A registration trusts and NGO enjoy exemption from paying taxes. 80G registration provides benefit to the donor of an NGO.

For the purpose of calculation of the amount that is available as a deduction from gross total amount, we can classify the deductions as: deductions without limit and deductions subject to limit.

Certain tax deductions can be claimed by submitting proof of donations to your employer and in some other cases donations can be claimed by the individual while filing tax return.

There is no section in chapter XVII B of IT Act that attracts TDS on donations.

Finance Act 2017 amended section 80G to provide that no deduction shall be allowed under section 80G in respect of donation of any sum exceeding Rs 2000 unless it is paid by any other mode.

Yes, both applications could be applied together or it could be also applied separately. If some organization is willing towards applying both applications separately, the application for registration u/s 12A is required to be applied first. Getting 12A registration is necessary for applying application for registration u/s 80G of Income Tax Act.

Application for registration under section 12A and 80G could be applied just after registration of the NGO.