Answers for all your NGO registration related questions. These FAQs cover topics of registration as well as day to day functioning of an NGO.
Understand if a central / state government employee can become a trustee in a public charitable trust. Here we are explaining various relevant laws associated with this topic.
A number of people ask if it is possible to make a non-resident Indian a trustee in an Indian trust? Let's explore what Indian Trusts Act 1882 says on this issue.
Learn the difference between a foundation and a trust or a society. NGOs can either be registered as trust, society or section 25 company.
Learn the meaning and origin of the idiom / phrase "When Chips Are Down". The origin lies in the gambling world where plastic chips are used for money.
Digital Certificates are required in e-filing of Income Tax and e-tendering etc. Learn answers of FAQs on what is a digital certificate and how to get it in India.
Credit cards and debit cards have made financial transactions a lot easier. But at the same time, it is very important to keep your plastic money safe from theft and frauds. Learn how to avoid credit card frauds.
Are you a job seeker and planning to get a tattoo? Well, think again. Employers may not find your tattoo as cool as you may think.
As more and more individuals are wanting to self publish their books, questions about how to get ISBN number in India are increasingly being asked. Learn all the answers!
People often ask if a trustee can take salary/compensation from the trust fund. Find out what the relevant laws (Bombay Public Trusts Act 1950 and section 13 of Income Tax Act) have to say about it.