PBO Registration

Get your PBO Registration Number at SARS.
Only R6990 once-off.

Gain financially from Tax exemptions & Build Credibility and Trust for your non-profit.

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South African Organisation (NGO, NPO, NPC, PTY or Trust) may apply at SARS to become recognised as a Public Benefit Organisation (PBO) and be EXEMPTED from paying Income Tax. The purpose of the organisation MUST however be purely ‘not for profit’ and meet the requirements of the Income Tax Act of 1962.

PBO Registration

R7990 Once-Off

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Frequently Asked Questions

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What is a Public Benefit Organisation (PBO) and why should my organisation consider becoming one?

Similar to an NGO, NPO, NPC, PTY, or Trust, a PBO is a South African organization that has received SARS recognition for its “not for profit” objectives. Your organization can gain financially from tax exemptions by joining a PBO, which can be a big plus. Furthermore, a lot of contributors favor making contributions to organizations that are PBO-registered, which builds credibility and fosters trust.

Company Partners offers a premium PBO Registration Service. With our expertise, we’ll guide your organisation through the process, ensuring you meet the requirements of the Income Tax Act of 1962. Our aim is to save you time, make the process straightforward, and help you gain the trust of potential donors.

 

Two main advantages come with a PBO Registration Number. Firstly, most income you receive from donors will be exempt from income tax. Secondly, many donors prefer PBO-registered organisations, which means you could see an increase in donations, enhancing your organisation’s financial health and trustworthiness.

 

A PBO Certificate is a testament to your organisation’s commitment to serving the public good. Once SARS approves your exemption application, your organisation is registered as a Public Benefit Organisation and is given a unique PBO reference number. This certificate not only offers tax benefits but also boosts your organisation’s credibility in the eyes of potential donors and partners.

 
Yes, a PBO can register for VAT, especially if it intends to make purchases that further its public benefit activities. If a PBO also has a small amount of taxable supplies, it can indeed be registered as a VAT vendor. This flexibility ensures that your organisation can operate efficiently while maximising its public benefit activities.

Absolutely! Both NPOs and NPCs are eligible to register with SARS as a PBO. This means that non-profit companies (NPCs) and trusts can achieve PBO status and enjoy the associated tax exemptions, even without registering under the NPO Act. It’s a fantastic way to ensure your organisation is both compliant and efficient.

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