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Why choose us for Social Regulatory
Consulting?

We at ThinkCap offer a range of non-profit consulting services to assist our clients in steering through the above regulatory maze so clients can concentrate on continuing their good work. Our team of non-profit consulting professionals from various domains come together to provide a comprehensive solution for clients needs.

The Indian social sector currently lacks aholistic regulatory framework. The legislative regime for this sector comprisesof numerous laws, most of which operate in isolation. The social eco-systemincludes multiple stakeholders such as foreign/domestic non-profits,multilateral/bilateral organizations, & corporates, and each stakeholder isgoverned by a different regulation. Players need to be aware of all the lawsthat apply to them to avoid any conflict or dispute with the authorities.

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Functional Regulations - Trust Acts, Society Acts and Companies Act, 2013

Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999 including office set up by foreign organisations in India and funding aspects such as External Commercial Borrowings (ECB)

Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act, 2010 (FCRA) covering receipt and utilization of foreign funds)

Income Tax Act, 1961 involving taxation of charities/social enterprises

Goods & Service Tax (GST), customs and other indirect taxes

Labour laws such as Provident Fund, Gratuity, Employee State Insurance etc. covering employee related matters

SEBI (Alternate Investment Fund) Regulations, 2012 for AIF set up and operations, to garner local funding for social initiatives

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