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    An 80G Certificate is issued by the Income Tax Department to a non-governmental organization (NGO) such as a charitable trust, or a Section 8 Company. The 80G Certificate is granted to encourage the donors to donate funds to such non-profit organizations. Furthermore, the donor gets a tax exemption of 50% when they make donations to such organization, as they become eligible to deduct such amount from their Gross Total Income.

    Section 12 A of the Income Tax Act, 1961, is a one-time tax exemption provided to trusts, NGOs, and Section 8 Companies. Organizations holding a registration under section 12A are exempted from paying taxes on their surplus income. NGOs are organizations involved in charitable and non-profit activities. However, they do earn income and they are required to pay tax as per normal rates if not registered under section 12A, Income Tax Act.

    Benefits of 80G

    No Least Capital

    There is no minimum capital necessary for a Section 8 Company Registration within India.

    Separate Legal Identity

    Section 8 Company certification has a separate legal entity. It takes a distinct legal personality from its legs and arms.

    Tax Benefits

    There are many tax compensations under the Section 8 Company Registration in India.


    Section 8 Company has more reliability than any other form of a philanthropic/charitable organization.

    No Stamp Duty

    No stamp duty is required on the incorporation of Section 8 Company in India as it is facing the provision of the instalment of stamp duty on the MoA and AoA of the private limited Business.

    Exemption To The Donators

    Under Section 80G, the exclusion is awarded to the donators if the section 8 company is registered under section 80G.

    Process of 80G


    Prepare and consolidate documents required for 80G & 12A registration.

    Certificate Issue

    Upon satisfactory verification of documents and the office of the NGO, 80G certificate is granted to the institution by the Commissioner.

    Filing Application

    Apply for an 80G certificate to the Commissioner of Income Tax (Exemption) within the jurisdictional area of the entity along with the required documents.


    An on-premise inspection is done by the Income Tax department after the form, and the required documents for 80G registration are submitted.

    Documents Needed 80G

    MoA and Registration certificate in case of Section 8 companies and Societies and a Trust Deed in case of a Trust

    Form 10G & 10A

    Copy of Utility Bills such as Electricity bill, water bill or House Tax Receipt

    The documents related to Income Tax Returns and the Book of Accounts of the past three years

    A detailed list of the Board of Trustees

    Any other document [If required]

    No objection certificate from the owner of the property where the registered office of the Institution is situated

    A copy of the PAN of the NGO

    A list of the donors along with their address and PAN

    The list of the welfare activities being carried out & the progress report of the last three years

    Original RC, MoA, or Trust Deed.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Most frequent Questions and Answers

    Yes, Zippyway is an Online Platform serving all over India. Thus, No matter where you doing your business, all you need is Internet Connection on your mobile or desktop and we are ready to get your job done.

    No, You don’t need to be physically present for the process. Zippyway is an Online Catering Platform, all you need is Internet Connection in your device and the required documents with you. We will get the job done even if you are present at the remotest location of India.

    In most of the cases, you will receive the final soft copy of Certificates (or the requisite document) over e-mail and in relevant cases, you will receive the hard copy through the post.

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