AccountAble Handbook
FCRA 2010

Context, Concepts and Practice
2021 Edition

Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act 2010 is a unique Indian law that regulates flow of foreign charity. Donor agencies, corporate foundations and NGOs must understand this law properly to avoid default and loss of FCRA. This edition of the most reliable and comprehensive guide to FCRA has been expanded and revised.

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About the author

Sanjay Agarwal

Sanjay Agarwal graduated from Delhi University with honours in 1983 and has been practicing as a professional accountant since 1986, working mainly with International and Indian grant-making organisations in India and neighbouring countries. He writes regularly on accounting and regulatory issues affecting the voluntary sector in periodicals such as AccountAble, AuditAble and Compliance Matters.

He has facilitated numerous workshops and webinars for accountants, auditors, and grant-makers on FCRA, NPO taxation, financial management, and financial risk in grant-making. He has also served on various committees and expert groups for institutions such as Asia Pacific Philanthropy Consortium, Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, and the erstwhile Planning Commission

Sanjay Agarwal’s books on the FCRA have long been our best guides and analyses of this complex Indian legislation and the practice surrounding it. For two decades practitioners, policymakers, activists, academics and perhaps even some regulators, in India and abroad, have relied on Sri Agarwal’s successive volumes on the FCRA to understand how the Act, the Rules under it, and implementation are changing and developing.
Mark Sidel
Doyle-Bascom Professor of Law and Public Affairs, University of Wisconsin-Madison Consultant (Asia)
International Center for Not-for-Profit Law (ICNL)

Released 1-Sep-2021. In stock.