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What Is PAN Card?

How To Apply For PAN Card Online/Offline In India- PAN Card (short form), well known as Permanent Account Number Card in the nation is not a new thing in India. The first time, PAN Card was issued on 12th January 1964. Basically, it has been designed with a special structure of a PAN Card number code for the use of identification and income tax details purposes. Irrespective of the fact, whether it is a PAN Card number of India’s richest person OR the president of the prime minister of India, PAN Code number will fall in the format – AAAPL1234C. In short, under section 139A of the Income Tax Department, Permanent Account Number Card is issued throughout the nation for, mainly for Indian Nationals only.

In fact, PAN is not limited to Indian Citizens only. For any foreign citizen as well, if anyone is found interested to set up his/ her business in India or wish to invest in India, will have to go through the procedure of obtaining the PAN Card. Thus, today, in this in-depth guide, we’ll let you know the step by step procedures of PAN Cards in two cases. The first case is to obtain a very brand new PAN card online. In this, complete details of How To Get A New PAN Card Online will be taught to you.

How To Apply For PAN Card Online/Offline In India (2019) Correction/New

How To Apply For PAN Card Online/Offline In India (2019) Correction/New
How To Apply For PAN Card Online/Offline In India (2019) Correction/New
Next, if you’ve received a PAN Card and found any errors later OR you’ve shifted to a new place, thus wanted some changes in the PAN Card, in this case, we will teach you, How To Edit/ Make Corrections in PAN Card Online. Just to let you know, this is a Government matter and it should 100% legalised from all the side. Getting two or more PAN cards is completely illegal and has a fine charge of rupees 10,000 if caught. So don’t expect any such illegal trick from msnTarGet.com in any form of content.

Here, each character which is used in the PAN Card number has a particular meaning, like for Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) – E is used. For Trust (AOP) – T is used and Individual (Proprietor – P is used). For Artificial Juridical Person – J is used and for Local Authority – L is used. For HUF (Hindi Undivided Family) – H is used and for Government identifications – G is used. For Firms, F is used and for a Company – C is used. For Body of Individuals (BOI) – B is used and for Association of Persons (AOP) – A is used.

Searches related to How To Apply For PAN Card mainly includes – Duplicate PAN Card Online, PAN Card Download, PAN Card details, PAN Card Application Form, UTI PAN Card, PAN Card Online Print, PAN Card Correction Form and View PAN Card Online. Here, we also want to disclaim that in near future, along with upcoming Artificial Intelligence and latest technology, steps to Get the PAN Card may change or vary, thus the steps mentioned below are completely accurate keeping in mind what works in October 2018 (and upcoming nearby months). Even if the changes are observed, please make sure to keep in mind that steps will be uploaded on official website of PAN Card which is www.nsdl.com.

Documents Required For PAN Card?

There is an unexpectedly long list of documents required for applying for PAN Card offline and online. But, we’ve divided in the same into three parts – (i) documents which are expected as a proof of identity, (ii) documents which are accepted as a proof of date of birth and (iii) documents which are expected as a proof of address. So let’s begin with the first things first –

List of All The Documents Required for Making PAN Card and are accepted as a proof of Date of Birth

  • Affidavit mentioning the Date of Birth of individual and is undersigned by the Magistrate.
  • Domicile Certificate (Mool Niwas Pramaan Patra in Hindi) issued by either State Government or Central Government of India.
  • PPO or Pension Payment Order, mainly for Government Employees.
  • Marriage Certificate, issued by Official Of Marriage Registrar.
  • Passport of an Individual.
  • Driving License of an Individual.
  • Aadhar Card of an Individual.
  • Certificate of Birth issued by Indian Consulate
  • Matriculation Certificate from a recognized board
  • Birth Certificate which is issued by any office or authority which is specifically authorized to issue the Death Certificates as well, eg. Municipal Authority.

List of All The Documents Required for Making PAN Card and are accepted as a proof of Identity

  • Pensioner Card copy with Applicant’s photograph
  • Central Government health scheme
  • Arm’s License
  • A certificate issued by an authorised Bank of India that should be duly attested
  • containing applicant’s photo and the bank account number
  • Photo ID Card which is issued by Central Government, State Government or any undertaking of the public sector like University or College
  • Driving License
  • Ration Card having applicant’s photo
  • Aadhar Card
  • Passport, Voter ID Card.

List of All The Documents Required for Making PAN Card and are accepted as a proof of Address

  • Property Registration Documents
  • Allotment letter of accommodation issued by Central or State Government of note more than three years old
  • Driving License
  • Domicile Certificate Allotted by Government
  • Latest Order for Property Tax Assessment
  • Passbook of post office account containing the applicant’s address
  • Statements of Credit Card
  • Statements of Bank Account
  • Passport of Spouse
  • Passport
  • Aadhar Card
  • Voter ID Card containing a photograph
  • Bills for Broadband connection
  • Landline connection bills
  • electricity bills etc.

Why PAN Card Is Important Document To Have?

  • Without PAN Card You Cannot File Income Tax Returns: Each and every PAN Card issued to the people on Planet, have one thing in common i.e. “INCOME TAX DEPARTMENT” written on them. All those who are eligible for Income Tax in India (keeping various conditions of Government of India in mind), it is mandatory to file IT Returns. And, it is not possible to file one without PAN Card.
  • Without PAN Card You Cannot Open A Bank Account: Reserve Bank of India has even made it mandatory for all the Banking institutions irrespective of the fact that whether it is a private or Governmental bank, before opening the Bank Account of an individual, one has to have a PAN Card details submitted.
  • Without PAN Card You Cannot Purchase A Jewellery: On 7th October 2017, Jewellery sector captured the headlines that “Now no PAN Card required for Jewellery purchase of over Rs. 50,000.” But what if you’re going for a 5 Lakh Jewellery purchase, the owner of the shop will have to issue the receipt with PAN Card details uploaded to the required website.
  • Without PAN Card, Foreign Exchange Is Not Possible: Thinking of leaving the nation for some official or unofficial work and going to foreign. First of all, not having a PAN card will bring uncountable hinderances in your passport making procedure. And, later, foreign exchange is not allowed without a PAN Card.
  • Without PAN Card You Cannot Have Telephone Connections: Telephone connections and New SIM cards have always been a field of high security. Reason being, any kind of fraud, assault or unusual crime can be proved successful with the help of Calling/ SMS/ Multimedia etc. Now, if you want to set up any of these, having PAN Card as a part of important identity proof is mandatory.
  • Benefits Of Having A PAN Card
  • Helps In Buying & Selling Property: These days, owners are not those who used to be a couple of years back. At the time of renting their property, first, they ask for Advanced Payment and along with that, PAN card, as a part of identity proof. PAN Card also works as an ID Proof in the case of buying and selling a property.
  • Helps In Receiving Heavy Loan Amounts: Whether it is an educational loan, personal loan, car loan, business loan or anything, All banking and financing institutions have already been ordered by Reserve Bank of India that it is mandatory to submit the PAN card details of the individual interested in taking loans at the time of submitting of application.
  • Works As A Strong Proof Of Identity: There are few aspects of rules and regulations in India, in which age matters a lot. Like marrying in the society, minimum age of 21 years for men and 18 for women. Making a driving license, minimum 18 years of age. Thus, either you’re applying for a Passport, or a Driving License etc., PAN Card works as a proof of identity and age proof as well.
  • Helps In Getting a Debit Card or Credit Card: It is mandatory for each and every individual living in India to meet the criteria set by the Government of India, in fulfilling the Income Tax. No bank of a financial institution is allowed to issue any kind of Debit Card, Credit Card or Payment Card if your PAN Card is not valid.
  • Helps In Cash Deposit At Any Bank Of India: According to the new rule of Reserve Bank of India, which is mandatory for all other banks in the nation, if a person deposits more than 50,000 Indian National Rupee in cash, the cashier will have to submit the PAN Card details of the individual as well. Thus, not having a PAN card, in this case, can create a problem.

How To Apply For PAN Card? New PAN Card Application Form

Before going to the steps, just learn about the exact amount you need to pay off getting PAN Card. Just remember that the amount is totally different for Indian and Foreign Citizens. But Rs. 5 (Indian national rupee) is common in both the cases as an online transaction charge. To Apply for a new PAN Card, any Indian Citizen will have to make the online payment of Indian National Rupee 116 (+ Rs. 5 as an online payment or transaction charge). And, if a foreign citizen is looking for making a new PAN Card in India, he/ she will have to pay a total of rupees 1020 (+ Rs. 5 as an online transaction payment charge). Using below mentioned easiest possible steps, you can Apply Online for PAN Card online –

STEP 1: See, 8 August 1996 founded Indian central securities depository based in Mumbai – National Securities Depository Limited or NSDL. And, 1993 founded IT Service Managment Company – UTI Infrastructure Technology And Services Limited or UTIITSL, both are given the official and authentic contract to apply for PAN Card online. Thus, you can visit an official website of any of the two. Here, www.nsdl.co.in is the official website of National Securities Depository Limited. And, www.utiitsl.com is the official website of UTI Infrastructure Technology And Services Limited.

STEP 2: Once click on the above link on the official website, you will be redirected to a URL – https://www.onlineservices.nsdl.com/paam/endUserRegisterContact.html. On this page, starting with the top, from the side of Tax Information Network of Income Tax Department, there are two options initially, Apply Online and Registered User. Here, you will have to go for Apply Online. Just the Application Type from the drop-down menu out of – New PAN – Indian Citizen (Form 49A), New PAN – Foreign Citizen (Form 49AA), Changes or Correction in Existing PAN Data/ Reprint of PAN Card (No changes in existing PAN Data). Forget the third one if you’re applying for the first time. And, select out of first and second option accordingly.

STEP 3: Now switch over to Category and select any one out of the following from the drop-down menu – Individual, Association of Persons, Body of Individuals, Company, Trust, Limited Liability Partnership, Firm, Government, Hindi Undivided Family, Artificial Juridical Person, Local Authority. Now switch over to Applicant information which holds conditions like 1. Initials are not permitted in the first and last name. 2. Applicant’s identity proof, proof of address and proof of date of birth should contain the exact name as mentioned in this field. Now, select the Title, Enter the last name/ surname, first name, middle name, date of birth/ incorporation/ formation, email ID and Mobile Number. Next enter the right Captcha Code and press Submit button.

STEP 4: Now comes the most crucial step i.e. Submission of documents, the appropriate list of which you just read above. Now, this can be done through three major methods. Either you physically deposit all the documents to NSDL office. The second option is to scan and upload the documents online on NSDL website. And, third and easiest is to just provide your Aadhar Number and remaining documents will be automatically verified by NSDL through Aadhar ID. 

STEP 5: If you choose to go with Aadhar Card only, you will just have to go through OTP (One Time Password) and Direct Payment option. The procedure of going through the AO Code or Assessing Officer Code is extremely simple but seems extremely complicated because of terminology only. It is as simple as merely selecting correct choice out of four i.e. Government Category, Defence Employees, Foreign Citizens and NRI and Indian Citizens etc. Further, there are remaining personal details needs to be entered while choosing the AO Code i.e. you need to select your state and area of residence.

STEP 6: Here at this point, AO code becomes a little bit complicated, when keeping different categories in mind like companies, non-salaried people, government servants, private sector employees, etc., you will have to select your AO Code. But, the good part is, your CA or Chartered Accountant can help you out with this. List of all the AO codes will automatically appear on your screen just a few seconds after you have successfully and correctly opted out for the State and Area or Residence. Once you click on the correct AO code, it will get automatically filled up in the form.

STEP 7: Now you will just have to select the documents you have submitted as a Proof of Identity, Proof of Address or Proof of Age or Date of Birth. The next step is to make the successful online Payment. Nearly 120 rupees will have to be paid by the Indian Citizens online. After successfully making the online Payment, you will be sent an Email containing each and every detail of the procedure. You can track your PAN card as well through that mail only, thus keep the details saved with you for future references.

How To Change Address In PAN Card?

Irrespective of what the reason it is, if you’re willing to change the address in your PAN card, just follow the below mentioned steps.

STEP 1: First of all, visit the official website of NSDL or National Securities Depository Limited i.e. www.nsdl.co.in.

STEP 2: Find this written on the page – “Select the category of the applicant,” keep scrolling down until you get this.

STEP 3: Before clicking on the select button, choose your category from the drop-down menu out of (individual/partnership firm/association of persons/body of an individual, etc.). For most people, it would be individual.

STEP 4: After entering all the personal details, checking the box inside for which you make the corrections, enter the PAN number at the right place and following the remaining easy steps given there.

Complete Correction/ Editing Guide for PAN Card

In the editing or correction procedure of PAN Card, in a major, though you will have to go through four detailed steps i.e. Guidelines, Personal Details, Contact and Other Details and Document Details. Apart from that, when you tick as the applicable address for communication out of residence and office, Important instruction for paperless PAN application through e-KYC (only for Individual) are provided by the board. 

1. The address used in the Aadhar Card would be used in the PAN application as residence address and no need to fill residential address. 

2. PAN Card will be dispatched at the address mentioned in Aadhar Card.

3. If the length of address as per Aadhar Database exceeds the length as specified by Income Tax Department then you will not be able to avail e-KYC service. In the beginning, the first step is same as when Applying for New PAN Card. Visiting above mentioned links of NSDL website is mandatory. Thereafter, instead of selecting the New PAN Application Form number, candidates should go through “Changes or Correction in Existing PAN Data/ Reprint of PAN Card (no changes in existing PAN Data).” Next option is to fill all the required details and click on the submit button.

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October 24, 2018 , , ,
What is PAN CardA PAN (Permanent Account Number) card is a unique 10 character code that is assigned to all tax paying entities in India. Issued by the Income Tax Department, the card links all transactions that attract tax under a single source, making it convenient for the government to keep track of these.

A PAN card is necessary for filing Income Tax returns in the country, and all individuals and entities that pay tax, including foreigners are expected to have one.
Use of Pan Card - Besides its primary use, a PAN card is also used as proof of identity and age for everything from booking tickets for a movie, investing in the stock market to applying for a passport.
What is Aadhaar cardThe Aadhaar card is a unique identification card that is assigned to every Indian citizen. Issued by the Unique Identification Authority of India, the card is a 12 digit number that serves as proof of identity as well as proof of address. An initiative by the government to have a single identification document for every citizen in the country, the card is a personal identification card that contains the individual’s biometric and demographic information.
Use of Aadhaar cardNowadays, a number of government services and schemes require an Aadhaar number for registration and verification purposes, thereby making it an important document.
Here's how to link Aadhaar with PAN using SMS
The Income Tax Department declared today that taxpayers should link their PAN card with their Aadhaar card using an easy SMS-based process.

SMS format to link Aadhaar with PAN Stap by Stap
  1. Send SMS to 567678 or 56161 in following format:
  2. UIDPAN<12 digit Aadhaar><10 digit PAN>
  3. Example: UIDPAN 3421342112341234 AAAAAE12EE
  4. The department issued ads in newspapers across the country and explained how both the both the unique identity numbers of a person can be attached by sending a message to either 56161 or 567678.
  5. People can also go to the official e-filing website of the Income Tax Department and link both these documents. Linking these two proofs of identity will help you to get tax facilities online.
  6. Aadhaar can also be fed into PAN database by mentioning Aadhar in PAN application to get a new PAN allotment or by mentioning Aadhaar in the request to change for that is used to reprint a PAN card, explained an advertisement. Once the UIDAI (Unique Identification Authority of India) verifies the data, the linking will be completed.
  7. The individual will receive an OTP from the Aadhar database to their registered mobile number. It has been made compulsory by the government, for the tax payers, to mention the Aadhar or the enrolment id at the time of filing their Income-Tax returns (ITR).


Procedure for Linking PAN Card and Aadhaar Card
In order to link PAN and Aadhaar cards, tax payers have to first register on the Income tax e-Filing portal. Once they have done so, they are to follow the steps outlined below:
  • Log in to the e-Filing portal of the Income Tax Department by entering the log-in ID, password and date of birth
  • On logging in to the site, a pop up window will appear, prompting you to link your PAN card with Aadhaar card.
  • Details such as name, date of birth and gender will already be mentioned as per the details submitted at the time of registration on the e-Filing portal.
  • Verify the details on screen with the ones mentioned on your Aadhaar card.
  • If the details match, enter your Aadhaar card number and click on the “link now” button.
  • A pop-up message will inform you that your Aadhaar card has been successfully linked to your PAN card.


Step 1:
  • Open the Income Tax e-filing portal.

  • Register on it. Your PAN (Permanent Account Number) will be your user id.

  • Login on the page using your User ID, Password and Date of Birth.

  • Here a popup window will appear if not just find the blue tab on the highest bar named ‘Profile Settings’ on Menu bar and click on on ‘Link Aadhaar’.


Procedure for Linking PAN Card and Aadhaar Card

Step 2:
  • Add the required details like name, DOB and gender as per pan details after Enter your 12 digit Aadhaar card number and verify captcha and Click On Link Aadhaar.

Aadhaar card number and verify
Step 3:
  • Finally a popup message will display as your Aadhaar card has been successfully linked to your PAN card.

Finally a popup message will display as your Aadhaar card has been successfully linked to your PAN card.
FAQ’s on Linking Aadhaar Card to PAN Card
What should I do if my details as per my PAN card do not match with the ones mentioned on my Aadhaar card? 
If the details on your PAN card such as spelling of name, date of birth or gender do not match the ones on your Aadhaar card, you will have to submit an application with valid proof and get the details corrected. After this, you may apply to link your Aadhaar with your PAN card.
Do I have to submit any documentary proof to link my PAN and Aadhaar card?
No, you are not required to submit any documents when linking your Aadhaar to your PAN card. You have to check if the PAN information mentioned on the website matches your Aadhaar card and then apply for them to be linked. 
What are the details I have to check when linking my PAN with my Aadhaar card?
When linking your PAN with your Aadhaar card, you have to make sure that your name, date of birth and gender as displayed on the income tax website matches with the details on your Aadhaar card.

Importance of Linking PAN Card with Aadhaar Card
Both the PAN card as well as the Aadhaar card are unique identification cards that serve as proof of identity that are necessary for registration and verification purposes.

The government has urged all entities to link their PAN cards with their Aadhaar cards. This is being done for the following purposes:

Prevent Tax Evasion:

By linking the Aadhaar and PAN cards, the government will be able to keep tabs on the taxable transactions of a particular individual or entity, whose identity and address will be verified by his Aadhaar card. This will effectively mean that every taxable transaction or activity will be recorded by the government.

As a result, the government will already have a detailed record of all the financial transactions that would attract tax for each entity, making tax evasion a thing of the past.

Multiple PAN Cards:

Another reason for linking PAN with Aadhaar is to reduce the occurrence of individuals or entities applying for multiple PAN cards in an effort to defraud the government and avoid paying taxes.

By applying for more than one PAN card, an entity can use one of the cards for a certain set of financial transactions and pay taxes applicable for those. Meanwhile, the other PAN card can be used for accounts or transactions that the entity wishes to conceal from the Income Tax department, thereby avoiding paying tax on them.

By linking the PAN and Aadhaar card, the government will be able to link the identity of an entity through his/her Aadhaar card, and subsequently have details of all financial transactions made through the linked PAN card. If there are multiple PAN cards registered under the same name, the government will be able to identify the same and take corrective action.

Ease in Filing of Income Tax Returns:

Entities who have linked their PAN and Aadhaar cards will be able to file their e-Returns, or their online Income Tax returns seamlessly and quickly. By linking the two, entities will no longer have to submit their Income Tax acknowledgement to the IT department, thus saving tax payers a lot of trouble.

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Almost 50% of India’s current telecom users are staring at an impossible reality: Their SIM connections can be disconnected if they have obtained their connection via Aadhaar-KYC mode.

This sounds ridiculous, but this can become the reality.

Aadhaar-Only KYC Mode = Mobile Disconnection
Remember the days when telecom companies were luring, forcing, coercing you to link Aadhaar with your mobile, and get a new SIM by only using Aadhaar?

And you trusted them, and gave your Aadhaar number for getting a new SIM, and doing a new KYC for your existing mobile?

Well, it seems that it was a mistake.

Now, as per fresh reports coming in, all those SIMs which were activated with only Aadhaar as KYC can be disconnected.

The numbers can be as high as 50 crore mobile users, or almost 50% of current telecom users in India!
Aadhaar KYC SIMs can be disconnected
Aadhaar KYC SIMs can be disconnected

Why Aadhaar-KYC Mobiles Are At Risk?

There are two reasons.

First, the recent Supreme Court ruling, which ordered all private companies to destroy Aadhaar related data of customers. Now, UIDAI has asked to delink Aadhaar of users based on this ruling, and an ‘exit plan’ has been sought.

In case telecom firms do delink the Aadhaar, then there will be no KYC left.


And as per Telecom Ministry’s regulations, this means disconnection, unless other KYC is used.

And the second reason is that, in the month of March, telecom companies were ordered to destroy all pre-Aadhaar KYC documents, as they were undergoing digitalized, Aadhaar KYC.

Now, as those KYC documents are destroyed, and the current digitalized Aadhaar is delinked, there is no KYC left.

And this means disconnection.

What Is The Solution Here?

The only solution seems is a new KYC, which would be without Aadhaar.

And this massive exercise means more headache for the users, and telecom operators, as a new round of awareness, execution and follow-up is required.

This time without Aadhaar.

Telecom secretary Aruna Sundararajan has met representatives of various telecom operators, and have discussed this complex issue.

She assured that whatever happens, the subscribers won’t be hassled.

She said, “We want to ensure that it is a smooth transition with little problems for subscribers.”

Non-Aadhaar KYC can be: passport, driving licence, voter’s card, electricity bill, gas bill, PAN card.

August 06, 2017 , ,
Your PAN Card Can Be Blocked If Not Linked With AadhaarAs the last date for filing Income Tax returns have been extended to August 5th, several interesting data, revelations and warnings have come out from the Govt., related to Aadhaar card linking with PAN Card.

But first, let us start with the facts.

1.2 Million PAN Cards Deactivated Due To Duplication
In a written reply to a question in Lok Sabha, Minister of State for Finance Santosh Kumar Gangwar informed that due to duplication issues, 11.44 lakh PAN Cards have been deactivated.
He explicitly stated that every Indian citizen is entitled to have only one PAN Card. Around 1500+ cases of fake PAN Cards were also unearthed, which were issued to non-existing citizens.
He said, “One PAN for one person is the guiding principle for allotment of PAN..”

PAN Card May Be Blocked After August 31st If Not Linked With Aadhaar
When Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) issued a statement regarding extension of the last date of filing IT returns to August 31st, they said that PAN Cards which are not linked with Aadhaar before August 31st can be blocked.

While the last date for filing ITR has been extended till August 5th from August 1st; the last date for linking PAN Card with Aadhaar has been declared as August 31st.

The statement said that if Aadhaar card is not received, then mentioning acknowledgement number is enough.

The statement said, “For the purpose of e—filing return, it would be sufficient as of now to quote Aadhaar or acknowledgement number for having applied for Aadhaar in the e-filing website.”, adding, “The actual linking of PAN with Aadhaar can be done subsequently, but any time before August 31, 2017,”

The date for ITR filing has been extended due to issues related with website access.
The statement said, “While technical snags have been removed already, the main reason for failure of people to log in (the e-filing portal) is because of last minute rush and panic in which those who have already logged in want to continue for the entire period for fear of losing it.”
Thus, this is clear that even if you are not filing ITR, linking your PAN Card with Aadhaar is a necessity now.

Some earlier reports state that PAN Cards can be linked with Aadhaar till December 31st, after which they would be blocked.

Govt. of India: Aadhaar Cannot Be Used To Track Anyone
Meanwhile, in the ongoing case related to protection of privacy and Aadhaar execution, Govt. informed the Supreme Court that Aadhaar cannot be used to track any person.

Additional Solicitor General (ASG) Tushar Mehta, who was representing Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) said that such are the inbuilt privacy protection features within Aadhaar system, that even UIDAI ‘wouldn’t know where the Aadhaar is being used.’

The case is sub-judice, and is being currently debated and heard by a nine-judge constitutional bench led by the Chief Justice of India JS Khehar.

June 28, 2017 , , , , ,
Linked your Aadhaar with PAN, here are five steps to do it
There are only two more days left to link your Aadhaar number to your PAN card. If you don't do it before 30 June, in case you do not have Aadhaar and you do not wish to obtain Aadhaar for the time being, then your PAN will not be cancelled so that your consequences under the Income Tax Act for failing to quote PAN may not arise.
Amending income tax rules and notifying the same, the government has made quoting of the 12-digit biometric Aadhaar or the enrolment ID a must at the time of application of permanent account number (PAN).
Finance minister Arun Jaitley through an amendment to tax proposals in the Finance Bill for 2017-18 had made Aadhaar mandatory for filing income tax returns and provided for linking of PAN with Aadhaar to check tax evasion through use of multiple PAN cards.
The revenue department said "every person who has been allotted PAN as on July 1, 2017, and who in accordance with the provisions of sub-section (2) of section 139AA is required to intimate his Aadhaar number, shall intimate his Aadhaar number to the principal director general of income tax (systems) or DGIT (systems)".
Here are five steps you can do it.
Step 1: Keep Aadhaar and PAN numbers handy.
Step 2 : Register on the Income tax e-Filing portal if you already haven’t yet. If you are already registered at the income tax department’s e-Filing portal, log in using your ID, password and date of birth.
Step 3: A pop up window will appear, prompting you to link your PAN card with Aadhaar card. If you have a pop up blocker active, you will have to go on the “Profile Setting” on the dashboard’s menu bar to click on “Link Aadhar” option.
Step 4: You will have to add the necessary details like name your Date of Birth as per the PAN details as well as your gender. If you data is different that what’s mentioned on your PAN, the Aadhaar will not be linked to your PAN.  Next thing to do is, to enter your 12 digit Aadhaar card number, then verify captcha and then click on “Link Aadhaar” button. Once your validation is successful, your Aadhaar will be successfully linked to your PAN.
Step 5: The last step is when a popup message is displayed stating that your Aadhaar card has been successfully linked to your PAN card.
Keep in mind, that once the Aadhaar-PAN linking is done, you can e-Verify your IT returns using Aadhaar. That’s when your mobile is registered with Aadhaar. By linking the two cards you will no longer have to submit your Income Tax acknowledgement to the IT department.

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