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All about PAN Card - (PAN) Permanent Account Number in India
PAN Stands for Permanent Account Number issued by the Income Tax department to identify every Taxpayer in The Country. Pan Card is a 10-digit unique identification alphanumeric number (containing both alphabets and numbers) assigned to Indians, mostly to those who pay tax.
The PAN system of identification is a computer-based system that assigns unique identification number to every Indian tax paying entity. Through this method, all tax-related information for a person is recorded against a single PAN number which acts as the primary key for storage of information. This is shared across the country and hence no two people on tax paying entities can have the same PAN.
When PAN is allotted to an entity, PAN Card too is given by the Income Tax Department. While PAN is a number, PAN Card is a physical card that has your PAN as well as name, date of birth (DoB), father’s or spouse’s name, and photograph. Copies of this card can be submitted as proof of identity or DoB.
Your PAN Card is valid for lifetime because it is unaffected by any change in address.
PAN Card Forms
In order to apply for a PAN card, an application form has to be filled out. There are two types of application forms – Form 49A and Form 49AA. Both the forms can be availed through both online and offline platforms.
Form 49A: The Form 49A is used by Indian individuals or entities to apply for a PAN card. Students and minors can also apply for PAN using this form.
Form 49AA: The Form 49AA is the application form for PAN which is used in the case of foreigners.
The forms have to duly filled up and sent in to the TIN-Protean eGov Technologies Limited's office.
Documents required for applying for a PAN card
Here are the documents which are required to apply for a PAN card:
Voter ID card
Structure of PAN Card
As per the guidelines of Know Your Customer or KYC, the details furnished on a PAN card are as follows:
1) Name of the cardholder
2) Father’s name of the cardholder
3) Date of Birth of the cardholder
4) 10-character alphanumeric Permanent Account Number or PAN
5) Signature of the cardholder
6) Photograph of the cardholder
7) The PAN card also comes with the logo and hologram of the Government of India along with a tag of the Income Tax Department (ITD).
The following are the list of transactions which can be done only if you have your PAN card:
Opening a bank account
Filing your IT returns
Applying for a loan
Applying for a gas or telephone connection
Purchasing or selling a new property
Getting a debit or credit card
Opening a fixed deposit account
Making insurance premium payments
How to apply for a PAN card
The following are the steps which will guide you to apply for a PAN card:
Select the application type
Choose your category
Enter all the required information such as your name, date of birth, email ID, and mobile number
Agree to the terms and conditions
Enter the Captcha Code
Click on “Submit”
You will be redirected to a new page, where you will get an acknowledgement number
Send all the photocopies of your document by post or courier to NSDL
Once your documents are verified, you will receive the physical copy of your PAN card
You can check your PAN card status by using your 15-digit acknowledgement number on the NSDL website.
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