Goods and Services Tax

For Charitable trust 12AA

Goods and Services Tax – Started By: – Sanjay Chaturvedi – Dated:- 16-4-2018 Last Replied Date:- 17-4-2018 – Our association is exempted under 12AA we are doctors organize conference for advancement of knowledge. which is covered under B and C below. (advancement of educational programmes or skill development relating to: (A) abandoned, orphaned or homeless children; (B) physically or mentally abused and traumatized persons; (C) prisoners; or (D) persons over the age of 65 years residing in a rural area;) We collect Money for organizing such educational activity as follows – 1) Registration Fees from Doctors 2) Unrestricted Educational Grant from Pharma and Surgical Companies in lieu of providing Space to provide knowledge to the Doctors about their recently launched products. 3) Accompanied person Registration fees We spent these collection on 1) Venue Arrangement 2) Dinner/Lunch and other activities including entertainment 3) Entertainment of Accompanied person Please advise do we n

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itable activities means activities relating to – (i) public health by way of, – (A) care or counseling of (I) terminally ill persons or persons with severe physical or mental disability; (II) persons afflicted with HIV or AIDS; (III) persons addicted to a dependence- forming substance such as narcotics drugs or alcohol; or (B) public awareness of preventive health, family planning or prevention of HIV infection; (ii) advancement of religion, spirituality or yoga; (iii) advancement of educational programmes or skill development relating to, – (A) abandoned, orphaned or homeless children; (B) physically or mentally abused and traumatized persons; (C) prisoners; or (D) persons over the age of 65 years residing in a rural area; (iv) preservation of environment including watershed, forests and wildlife. This notification makes the exemption to charitable trusts available for charitable activities more specific. While the income from only those activities listed above is exempt from GST, inc

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on Charitable and Religious Trusts – Reply By Sanjay Chaturvedi – The Reply = Dear Sir, (Mr. ALKESH JANI) As I understand that you are not clear about our activity – that I again clarify 1) We are Association of Doctors 2) We are exempt under 12AA 3) We have our annual conference where we discuss and enhance our knowledge – which not limited to physically or mentally abused and traumatized persons; persons over the age of 65 years residing in a rural area but cover these topics too, which are covered in the definition. Now we receive money from Doctors – members and non members – as Registration fees for covering partial expenditure We receive unrestricted educational grant from Companies which in turn provides education in the pre defined areas. We spent on Hotels, for venue and Food on transportation of delegates which activity we must charge with GST and which we can leave. Do we need to pay for GST also or we are exempt? Mr. Ganeshan Kalyani please tell which activity is not chari

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