The Firm provides advisory and consultancy services in preparation of CMA Data and Project Report for obtaining various kinds of loan viz Cash Credit, Term Loan, Over Draft Facility etc. from the bank by the various entities viz. MSME, Startups, Proprietorship, Partnership Firms, Companies etc. The CMA Data mainly includes-

  • Analysis of Profit and Loss Account

  • Analysis of Balance Sheet

  • Comparative statement of current assets and current liabilities

  • Analysis of Maximum Permissible Bank Finance

  • Fund Flow Statement

  • Ratio Analysis

  • Cash Flow Statement

  • Sensitivity Analysis

  • Debt Service Coverage Ratio Working

  • Repayment Schedule in case of Term Loan

The Project Report mainly includes-

  • Company History and Promotor’s Background

  • Nature of Project

  • Technical Details

  • Market Feasibility

  • Financial Feasibility (Project Cost, Means of Finance, Profitability, Cash Flow Analysis, Projected Balance Sheet)

  • Economic Analysis

  • SWOT Analysis

  • Current Operations and Market Positioning

  • Opportunities and Expansion Plan of the Company

    What is 12A and 80G Registration?

    12A and 80G are two different registrations granted by the Income Tax Department to Non-profit organizations or NGOs that allows them to get tax exemption on the donations received from donors.

    What is the purpose of 80G Certificate Registration?

    The purpose of 80G Certificate Registration is to incentivize the donors who make impactful financial contribution to the NGOs or Non-Profit organisations.

    What is the purpose of 12A Certificate Registration?

    The purpose of 12A Certificate registration is to enable non-profit organisations such as section 8 company, trust, societies,NGOs to claim tax exemption on the donations received.

    What is the eligibility for registration of 12A and 80G Certificate?

    The minimum requirements for registration of 12A and 80G Certificate are as follows:

  • The organization must be a registered NGO
  • NGO should not have any income generated from a business.
  • The organisation must maintain a regular book of accounts in favor of their receipts and expenses.