7 Things You Will Learn From The Kapil Sharma Show

Image result for the kapil sharma showThe Kapil Sharma Show has become a history. Things to learn from this:-

  1. Everything that rises must fall.
  2. You can’t continue to rise or stay at the top by insulting your team mates.
  3. Don’t break the ‘Winning Team’.
  4. People only worship the rising sun.
  5. Too much alcohol and ego is bad for your health.
  6. It takes years to make a reputation and takes minutes to lose it.
  7. You lose everything once u lose your reputation.

62 foreign NGOs set up offices in China

Sixty two foreign NGOs have registered with public security authorities and set up their representative offices in China after a new law regulating overseas NGOs took effect on January 1.

Image result for Foreign NGOAmong the 62 NGOs, which include those in fields such as the economy, education and environmental protection, 27 are from the United States, including the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the US-China Business Council, state-run Xinhua news agency reported today. The other 35 come from 14 regions and countries, including the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, Britain, Germany and Switzerland.

“With simplified procedures and less time spent, the registration went smoothly under the new law,” said Jacob Parker, vice president of China Operations of the US-China Business Council, an organisation of American companies in business with China.

Can Ngo’s sell products online???

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NPO's.jpgTrust all of you doing well in your life. Today I would like to give some information’s about selling of products online by NGO’s. According to me It is great question “Can Ngo’s sell products online?” When question is great then answer is too great. The answer of this question is “Yes”. NGO’s can sell their products online or offline without any restriction. Amount earned through selling not counted business profit.  About 500 non-governmental organisations have decided to launch a website to showcase their products to tap new markets. “Most of NGOs make very interesting products, but often cannot sell them as there are no shops for them. The website will allow them to showcase their products. Startups are increasingly partnering with non-governmental organisations to market products and services offered by people from low-income groups, accessing the vast networks of NGOs and skilling marginalized youngsters in the process while taking their products such as handicrafts to international markets via online platforms.

Shop for a Cause, Dharavimarket.com, Up-cycling Project and Green the Gap are among the startups that are working with NGOs for their social enterprises, creating a bridge between non-profit and for-profit enterprises.
Amazon, Flipkart, Snapdeal and Paytm also allowed to NGO’s for selling of products. The provisions of Service Tax, Income Tax and Vat are equal for NGO’s and other type of entities.
Tata TrustMoving from just aiding non-government organisations (NGO) to funding ‘socially relevant’ startups, Tata Trusts in association with Department of Science and Technology (DST) and Lockheed Martin would invest around $20 million over a period of 10 years in new companies.

The partners intend to invest $2 million annually through the India Innovation Growth Programme (IIGP) 2.0, including provisions for seed money, for the entrepreneurs to develop technology-based solutions for the betterment of the society.

According to officials at Tata Trusts, startups which help in providing solutions to issues such as waste water management, traffic management, might be even made part of the group and taken on an expansion route. The company hopes that such companies might also help it in its smart city play and help in future smart city projects. According to DST, the 500 startups aided in the first 10 years of the programme for a mere $10 million are now combined valued at over a billion dollars.

The programme to help startups under India Innovation Growth Programme 2.0 would be rolled out by Ratan N. Tata, Chairman, Tata Trusts, Ashutosh Sharma, secretary DST, and George Strandridge, vice president, business development, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company at Rashtrapati Bhavan on Friday.

How to sell products online

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Trust all of you doing amazing in your life. Today I, would like to share you something about online selling. Trust us it is awesome way to earn handsome amount of money every month. Details are:-

Image result for e-commerceOnline marketplaces offer a number of advantages for small retailers, including the ability to reach new and diverse customer bases. E-commerce in India is booming. According to a study conducted by Google India, there were 100 million online shoppers in India in 2016 and is expected to cross 500 million mark by end of year 2018. Broadband internet and explosive growth of mobile phones are fueling this growth further.

Companies like Flipkart, Snapdeal, Paytm have already crossed billion dollar valuation. If you have a product to sell, this is perhaps the best time to start selling it online. Here is an ultimate guide to teach you how to sell online in India.

Before You Start Selling Online, You Must Aware about Cost Structure involve in Selling Products. Details are :-

  1. Infrastructure cost
  2. Employee cost
  3. Product cost
  4. Packaging cost
  5. Maketplace cost (Selling Charges of Flipkart/Snapdeal/Amazon/Paytm & Other Websites)
  6. Courier cost
  7. Sales return cost

Now that you have a fair idea of different costs involved in selling online, you can do quick math to find out the profitability of your venture. Here is a simple formula :

Profit Margin= Selling price – (Product Cost + Packing & Shipping + Fixed Cost + Marketing Cost + Variable Costs)

If your profit margin is positive, you are good to go ahead and start selling online. If its very low or negative, you should think about minimizing the costs.

00Steps involve for selling products online through Flipkart, Snapdeal, Paytm, Amazon & Other Sites:-

  • Entity – Select your entity type to start any business in India. You have following options:-
  1. Sole Proprietorship – Where individual is owner (It will cost you Zero)
  2. Partnership Firm – Deed of Partnership governance entire structure as per Partnership Registration Act, 1932. (It will cost you Rs 5500 to 1oooo)
  3. LLP – Limited Liability Partnership. (It will cost you Rs 7500 – 10000)
  4. Company – Companies Act, 2013 deal with registration of different type of companies. As per your budget and business plans you can select. (It will cost you Rs 15000 – 25000)
  5. NGO – You can register NGO for selling products online but purpose of NGO for selling products must be social.  (It will cost you Rs 10000 – 30000) 
  • Pan – Permanent Account Number of Entity and Authorized Person is Mandatory to register with online selling sites) (It will cost you Rs 500)
  • VAT/ Service Tax Now GSTN – For selling products VAT/Service Tax or Now we can say GST Registration is must. (It will cost you Rs 5500 – 10000)
  • Bank Account – Open current account with entity name in any Bank and Scan Cancelled Cheque for uploading with e-commerce website for registration.
  • Active Email ID and Mobile Number – Always keep in mind purchase separate mobile number and create separate email ID for this business.
  • Address proof of authorized person – UID / Passport / Utility bill with your name.
  • Create your account with Flipkart/ Snapdeal / Amazon / Paytm and Other Websites.
  • Kindly use same Email ID, Mobile Number, Login ID and Password for all websites.
  • Fill the form, upload the requested documents and list your products with e-commerce website.
  • After approving, your dashboard is ready for analyzing daily sale and listing of other products.

Regards | Sukhwinder Singh | 9999939069

Martyrdom Day | March 23 – Shaheed Bhagat Singh

shaheedi-diwas-bdOn the night of March 23, 1931, Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev and Raj Guru’s patriotism was hanged by the words of the crime. It is said that the death penalty was fixed on the morning of March 24, but the fear of some big public outcry was frightened by the British government on the night of March 23, the lifelines of these revolutionaries were eliminated. In the darkness of the night, their funeral was also done on the banks of the Sutlej.

Bhagat Singh was sentenced to death in the Lahore conspiracy case, and at the age of 24, only on the night of 23 March 1931, he laughed and kissed the hanging of the hanging of ‘Inqlab Zidabad’.

Bhagat Singh also became a source of inspiration for the youth. They were the leader of country’s martyrs. (India-Darshan compilation)

No longer 100% deduction allowed for NGO’s

Image result for ngo's in indiaDonations made to hundreds of projects carried out by NGOs across the country will no longer be eligible for a 100% income tax (I-T) deduction in the hands of the donor from April 1. While tax savings are not the main purpose, if donations are made in March towards eligible projects, then donors comprising salaried employees could reap an I-T benefit.

At present, donations made for specific projects run by NGOs that have been certified under section 35AC entitle the donor to a 100% I-T deduction under section 80GGA in respect of the donated amount.

However, section 35AC has a sunset clause which expires this March. Section 80GGA is not as widely known as section 80G, which permits a 100% I-T deduction in respect of certain donations (such as PM’s National Relief Fund) and a 50% I-T deduction in most other cases.

Image result for ngo's in india“Taxpayers who do not earn income under the head `profits and gains of business and profession’, such as salaried employees, can claim the benefit of section 80GGA. While the employer cannot consider the donations made, while computing tax to be deducted at source against salary income, the employee can claim the benefit of the same in his I-T return and claim an I-T refund, if applicable,“ says Pradeep Mahtani, director, HelpYourNGO Foundation. A chartered accountant says, “In fact, if there has been a short deduction of tax at source and advance tax has not been paid by the salaried employee, by making donations eligible for I-T deduction up to March 31, the salaried taxpayer could mitigate his I-T penalty . Donors should ensure that they get the appropriate receipt.”

Notifications are issued by the finance ministry from time to time, certifying the projects that are eligible under section 35AC, the period of eligibility and also the total cost of the eligible project. For instance, as regards NGOs registered in Ma harashtra, these include projects by Magic Bus (skill development and livelihood programme), Association of Palliative Care (for a palliative care centre), Foundation of Promotion for Sports and Games (Olympic Gold Quest project) and Mesco (educational scholarships).