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. Services by a Non-Profit entity (Registered or Unregistered) are exempted – (a) If they are to its own members provided the contribution received is up to ` 7500 , per month from a member (b) If they are to its own members, provided the contribution received is up to ` 7500 per month from a member towards sourcing goods/services from any third person for common use of members (c) If they are to its own members, provided the contribution is less than ` 7500 per month from a member towards sourcing goods/services from any third person for common use of members (d) If they are to its own members, provided the contribution is up to ` 7500 per month per member for common use specified members

QuestionsCategory: GST. Services by a Non-Profit entity (Registered or Unregistered) are exempted – (a) If they are to its own members provided the contribution received is up to ` 7500 , per month from a member (b) If they are to its own members, provided the contribution received is up to ` 7500 per month from a member towards sourcing goods/services from any third person for common use of members (c) If they are to its own members, provided the contribution is less than ` 7500 per month from a member towards sourcing goods/services from any third person for common use of members (d) If they are to its own members, provided the contribution is up to ` 7500 per month per member for common use specified members
TANI AGARWAL Staff asked 2 months ago

. Services by a Non-Profit entity (Registered or Unregistered) are exempted –
(a) If they are to its own members provided the contribution received is up to ` 7500 ,
per month from a member
(b) If they are to its own members, provided the contribution received is up to ` 7500
per month from a member towards sourcing goods/services from any third person
for common use of members
(c) If they are to its own members, provided the contribution is less than ` 7500 per
month from a member towards sourcing goods/services from any third person for
common use of members
(d) If they are to its own members, provided the contribution is up to ` 7500 per
month per member for common use specified members

1 Answers
NidhiJain Staff answered 2 months ago

(b) If they are to its own members, provided the contribution received is up to ` 7500
per month from a member towards sourcing goods/services from any third person
for common use of members [vide NN 02/2018 dated 25-01-2018]