PF cuts red tape - Medical Emergency - Tap into your PF Savings
PF Amnesty Scheme date extended till June 2017
PF Department - Getting Efficient Reduction in Administrative costs EDLI Administrative cost - Kept in Abeyance
PF does away with Revenue Stamp
Digitizing Business Identity - Udyog Aadhar
Pension On Retirement - Simplification of Forms - Thanks to Aadhaar!
Stipend When PF applies & When PF does NOT !
Plugging the Corpus loophole - Budget 2017
Presentation on NGO Formation in India
A non-governmental organization (NGO) is a not for profit organization (NPO) independent from government, formed for charitable purpose. It describes a type of organization that does not earn profits or increase the wealth of its owners. All of the money earned by or donated to a not-for-profit organization is used in pursuing the organization's objectives and keeping it running. Although in some countries, NGOs have been working on social problems for centuries, in recent times they have been increasingly recognized as an important contributor in social, economic and political development. However, there are many legal and regulatory frameworks monitoring the NGO world: Its formation, registrations, operational compliances, eligibility for tax breaks, accounts and audit, governance, credibility and best practices. Resolve has made a presentation on establishing an NGO in India, its various formats and regulatory compliance needs for the purpose of GAP audience. You can download the presentation from here.