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Benefits of having PAN

Permanent Account Number (PAN) is a ten-digit alphanumeric identifier, issued by Income Tax Department. Each assessee (e.g. individual, firm, company etc.) is issued a unique PAN. The Permanent Account Number (PAN) is unique, national, and permanent. It is unaffected by a change of address, even between states in India. The PAN card carries your photograph, name and address. Hence it serves as a nationally accepted proof of identity. PAN is also must to file Income tax Return, a person who does not have a valid PAN can not file Income Tax Return.

Some of the reasons of having PAN are:

  • PAN is required to be quoted in the deed made during sale or purchase of any immovable property value more than Five lakhs rupees.
  • PAN is required during Sale or purchase of a motor vehicles having more than two wheels
  • PAN is required for opening a bank account in both private and nationalized banks.
  • PAN is required for cash deposit in bank or Post Office for Rs. 50000 or more
  • PAN is required for contracts for sale or purchase of securities for more than one lakhs rupees.
  • PAN is required to open a demat account.

As an ID proof, the PAN card is sure, dependable, nationally recognized and unchanging. A declaration in Form No – 60 can be made, if a person who does not have a PAN Card, enters into any of the above transactions.

Documents Required for PAN

 Identity Proof  of Applicant 

Adhaar Card/ Copy of Passport/Driving licence.

 Photographs of Applicant

2 Passport Size Photographs

Address Proof Applicant 

Aadhaar Card / Copy of Passport / Ration Card

Date of Birth Proof

Aadhaar Card / Copy of Passport

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Frequently Asked Questions

Permanent Account Number (PAN) is a ten-digit alphanumeric identifier, issued by Income Tax Department. Each assessee (e.g. individual, firm, company etc.) is issued a unique PAN. The Permanent Account Number (PAN) is unique, national, and permanent. It is unaffected by a change of address, even between states in India. Pan Card is issued by the Indian Income Tax Department under the supervision of the Central Board for Direct Taxes (CBDT) and is almost equivalent to a national identification number. It also serves as an important ID proof.
Any Person (Individual, Firm, Company etc) can apply for PAN. All existing assessees or taxpayers or persons who are required to file a return of income must have a PAN. Any person, who intends to enter into economic or financial transactions where quoting PAN is mandatory, must also have a PAN.
Permanent Account Number (PAN) is a ten-digit alphanumeric identifier, issued by Income Tax Department. Each assessee (e.g. individual, firm, company etc.) is issued a unique PAN. The Permanent Account Number (PAN) is unique, national, and permanent. It is unaffected by a change of address, even between states in India. The PAN card carries your photograph, name and address. Hence it serves as a nationally accepted proof of identity. PAN is also must to file Income tax Return, a person who does not have a valid PAN can not file Income Tax Return. Some of the reasons of having PAN are: PAN is required to be quoted in the deed made during sale or purchase of any immovable property value more than Five lakhs rupees. PAN is required during Sale or purchase of a motor vehicles having more than two wheels PAN is required for opening a bank account in both private and nationalized banks. PAN is required for cash deposit in bank or Post Office for Rs. 50000 or more PAN is required for contracts for sale or purchase of securities for more than one lakhs rupees. PAN is required to open a demat account. As an ID proof, the PAN card is sure, dependable, nationally recognized and unchanging. A declaration in Form No - 60 can be made, if a person who does not have a PAN Card, enters into any of the above transactions.
Yes, it is compulsory to quote PAN on return of income.
No. Having more than one PAN is against the law and may attract a penalty up to  10,000. Therefore, it is advisable not to have more than one PAN.
A person can not have more than one PAN, in case a Person has more than one PAN, it should immediatly surrender the additional PAN(s).
You can apply for PAN by filling up Application for Allotment of Permanent Account Number (PAN application form). The forms are - Form 49A (for Indian Citizens) Form 49AA (for Foreign Citizens) PAN application can be made either online through NSDL web-site www.tin-nsdl.com You can also take help of Apanatax team to apply PAN by filling relevant detail.
You have to submit the following documents with the application form: Identity Proof of Applicant Address Proof of Applicant Photograph of Applicant Date of Birth Proof of Applicant (applicable only for Individual & HUF status of applicant.) The above documents depend on the citizenship and the status of the applicant.
Yes, PAN can be modified once it is prepared, You can submit the application in the form "Request for New PAN Card or/and Changes or Correction in PAN data" in the following cases: When you already have PAN but want a new PAN card, When you want to make some changes or corrections in your existing PAN details.