Charitable organisations can be formed in multiple ways and may be subject to various acts of legislations. The legal frame work governing the charitable institutions will depend on the form of business the charitable institution intends to undertake. There are three basic legal forms of charitable entities under indian laws that is trusts, societies & section 8 companies.

If a ngo is formed as a public trust. It will be governed by the public trust act as applicable to relevant state. If it is formed as a society, it will be governed by the societies registration act, 1860. The charitable institution can also be formed as a non profit company under section 8 of the companies act, 2013. Apart from the above legislations, provisions of income tax act 1961 and foreign contribution( regulation) act, 2010 are also applicable to charitable institutions.

The legal framework for the chairty sector in india is quite complex with a number of different acts of legislation governing it in their own way.

Anand tarun & co specialise in providing professional services to charitable instituitions. Apart from regular accounting, auditing & taxation services we provide the following services to our ngo clients:

  1. Registration of trust/society/company under the respective act.
  2. Registration of ngo under income tax act as a charitable instituition.
  3. Registration of ngo u/s 80g of the income tax act.
  4. Registration of the ngo under fcra for recurring foreign contribution.
  5. Registration of ngo u/s 10(23)(c) of the income tax act, 1961 as apllicable.
  6. Advisory services for ngo activities regarding gst, income tax, fema etc.
  7. Outsourcing services for payroll, accounting etc.
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