PAN Card Details

PAN stands for Permanent Account Number. It is a 10-character alphanumeric number uniquely allotted to the PAN Cardholder. It helps in identifying the PAN Card. holder or income tax payer. PAN Cards are required in case of receiving a taxable salary, or taxable professional fees, opening a bank account, purchase or sale of assets above the specified limit and so on. PAN cards serve as a Government issued identification that comes in handy everywhere you go.

Search PAN Card details by PAN Number

Your PAN Card details are easily available through multiple avenues. To find out your PAN details using your PAN number, you can use Search PA. This service is provided to help cardholders to find out their PAN Card related details. It also helps people verify their PAN Card details. Search PAN is very easy to use. People can also search and verify bulk pan card numbers.

To search for your PAN Card details, follow these simple steps:
  • Log onto Income Tax Department e-Filing website.
  • Click on “Register Yourself” & Enter your PAN Card number
  • Fill up the Registration Form and submit it.
  • A link will be sent to your email address. Click on this link to activate your account.
  • Visit https://incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in/e-Filing/UserLogin/LoginHome.html to Enter your account and click on “My Account”.
  • Go to Profile Settings and click on PAN Details
  • Your details will be generated. You will receive the name, area code, jurisdiction, address and other information.

How to Search for the Address in your PAN Card

You can find out more details about your PAN card including your address by registering your PAN number on the Income Tax Department e-Filing website. To do this, you need to follow the steps given below.

  • Go to the Income Tax Department e-Filing website (www.incometaxefiling.gov.in).
  • Click on “Register Yourself”.
  • Select the user type and click on “Continue”.
  • You will need to enter your basic details.
  • Fill up the Registration Form and submit it.
  • A link will be sent to your email address. Click on this link to activate your account.
  • Visit https://incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in/e-Filing/UserLogin/LoginHome.html to Enter your account and click on “My Account”.
  • Go to Profile Settings and click on PAN Details.
  • Your address and other details will be displayed.
Pan Card Address

Search PAN Card Details by Name and Date of Birth

To search for PAN card details by name and date of birth, just follow the steps given below:

  • Visit the Income Tax department’s official e-filing website
  • Navigate to the section called ‘'Quick Links’'
  • Click on ‘'Know Your PAN’'
  • Enter your first name, middle name, surname, gender, date of birth, status, mobile number, etc.
  • An OTP will be sent to the registered mobile number linked to your PAN card
  • Enter the OTP
  • Click on ‘'Validate’'
  • Enter your father’s name
  • Click on ‘'Submit’'
  • Your PAN number will be displayed on the screen with the relevant details

How Can I Change My Details In A Pan Card? How Long Will It Take To Update?

The details in the PAN card can be changed by following the steps mentioned below:

  • Visit www.tin-nsdl.com.
  • Select ‘PAN’ under the ‘Services’ tab.
  • Click on ‘Apply’ under ‘Change/Correction in PAN Data’.
  • Fill in the details and click on ‘Submit’.
  • You will be redirected to a new page where you would be required to submit scanned images through e-Sign.
  • Next, provide all the personal details asked for.
  • Following that, provide the contact and address details.
  • Thereafter, upload accepted proof of age, residence, identity, and PAN.
  • Next, sign the declaration and click on ‘Submit’.
  • Next, make the payment which can be done through demand draft, net banking or credit card or debit card.
  • After successful payment, acknowledgement must be downloaded, printed and sent to NSDL e-Gov after affixing two photographs on the space provided and cross-signing it. All documents submitted also needs to be attached with the acknowledgement prior to sending it.

Once the request has been made for change/correction in the PAN card, the entire process takes a period of 15 to 20 days. Within the period, the new PAN card is received by the applicant with all the necessary rectifications made.

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Why Your PAN Card Details are Important

There are many reasons why it is important to have a valid PAN card today. Here are some of them:

  • For employment: Almost all employers require your PAN card details for the purpose of salary accounting and taxation. This is required when deducting TDS, professional tax, etc. It is also mandatory at the time of filing of income tax returns.
  • Proof of identity: PAN card is taken as a valid proof of identity and photo proof for a variety of purposes, ranging from opening a bank account to getting a gas connection
  • Banking: A PAN card is mandatory when opening a bank account as well as for other banking-related financial transactions. This is required for all kinds of banks such as public, private, rural, and cooperative banks. This has been made mandatory in order to prevent money laundering.

Cash deposits that exceed Rs.50,000 in the course of a single day require PAN card details to be submitted. You also need PAN card details when opening a fixed deposit that exceeds Rs.50,000. This is because Tax Deducted at Source (TDS) will be deducted for the interest that such deposits accrue.

Currently, all existing bank accounts have to be linked to the account holder’s PAN card. In case PAN card is not available, Form 60 has to be furnished. The exception to this rule is for zero balance savings accounts and Basic Savings Bank Deposit Accounts (BSBDA). Accounts under the Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana (PMJDY) are also exempt.

  • Payment wallets: Any digital payment wallet requires PAN card details to be furnished if transactions exceed Rs.20,000 per month.
  • Post Office Deposits: To open a deposit of more than Rs.50,000 at a post office, you would be required to furnish your PAN details.
  • Loan applications: Any kind of loan application form requires PAN card details to be furnished. Applications that are rejected for want of PAN card details or any other details can negatively impact your credit score.
  • Debit or credit card applications: PAN card details have to be furnished for credit and debit card applications as well. Applications that are rejected for want of PAN card details or any other details can negatively impact your credit score.
  • Property transactions: PAN card details are required by law for any kind of property transactions by both the buyer and the seller if the value of the deal for the sale or purchase of an immovable property exceeds Rs.5 lakh. For joint ownerships, the PAN card details of both the owners are required.
  • Purchase of jewelry: For any purchase of jewelry or bullion that exceeds Rs.5 lakh, PAN card details have to be furnished.
  • Vehicle purchase: For the sale or purchase of all vehicles, with the exception of two wheelers, PAN card details are provided.
  • Mutual funds: Investments in mutual funds, debentures, or bonds have to be completed with details of the PAN card data.
  • Share trading: PAN card details have to be furnished to both the broker, and the demat and trading account provider when trading shares.
  • Exchange of foreign currency: When exchanging local currency for foreign currencies, PAN card details are required for the transaction.
  • Insurance premiums: If insurance premiums exceed Rs.50,000 in a financial year, PAN card details have to be furnished.

Eligibility for PAN Card

Given below is the list of entities that are required to have a PAN card:

  • Individuals with income that exceeds the starting point of the income tax slabs
  • Individuals with taxable income on behalf of others (such as earnings of a minor)
  • Individuals with a profession or business with income or sale that exceeds Rs.5 lakh p.a.
  • Charitable trusts required to file returns under Section 139 (4A)
  • Importers or exporters who require an Import/Export code
  • Individuals required to pay excise duty
  • Individuals who receive payment after TDS is collected
  • Individuals required to pay service tax and their agents
  • Individuals who issue invoices under Rule 57AE
  • Individuals registered under a general sales tax law of a union territory or state or the Central Sales Tax Act
  • Anyone who conducts financial transactions that mandate furnishing of PAN card details

FAQs On PAN Card Details

  1. How Can I Fill Pan Card Application Form With Surname As An Initial?

When applying for a PAN card, you cannot use an initial as the surname. The only facility provided to the applicants is that they can ask for only their surname to be printed on the PAN card. This can be done by providing only the surname in the application form while leaving the space provided for first and middle name blank.

  1. Can I get a PAN card even if I am not required by law to have a card?

Yes, anyone can voluntarily apply for a PAN card even if they are not required to do so under law.

  1. Can I get a PAN card for my minor child?

Yes, a minor can get a PAN card if the application is made by a Representative Assesse on behalf of the applicant.

  1. Do I need to furnish PAN card details if I am buying jewelry worth Rs.50,000 or more?

You only need to furnish PAN card details if the jewelry purchase value exceeds Rs.5 lakh.

  1. How many days does it take for a correction to be made in the PAN card details after such a request has been submitted?

It will take at least 15-20 days for the correction to be updated in the PAN card.

  1. Will my PAN card number change if I make a change in my name?

No, your PAN will remain the same even if there is a change in your name as it is a Permanent Account Number.

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News About PAN Card Details

  • I-T department to share PAN details with SEBI

    In a bid to help the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) in its probe against various entities, the Income Tax (I-T) department will share taxpayers’ PAN and other data with them. An order was issued by the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) in this regard on 10 February under section 138(1) of the I-T Act. CBDT and SEBI are expected to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in this regard to implement the decision and chalk out modalities. As per the statutory authority, the sharing of information will take place under three broad heads called - request-based exchange of data, suo moto, and automatic.

    Under the request-based exchange of data, the I-T department will share PAN information that includes creation for PAN, name of father or husband, date of birth, photograph, and signature. Name of PANs of partners in partnership firm and LLPs, details like email ID, mobile number, address, and IP address appearing on the acknowledgement of the filed IT Return, financial particulars of the business as filed in ITR and tax audit report including income from trading in securities will also be shared. Transactions reported by entities deducting tax at source (TDS) and collecting tax at source (TCS) will also be provided to SEBI.

    When it comes to exchange under suo moto, the IT department will provide information like list of scrutiny cases marked as having evasion or violation related to ‘stock market manipulation’ or any other information considered necessary by SEBI.

    Under the automatic exchange of information, information provided in Form 61 will be provided to the capital market regulator.

    12 February 2020

  • Income Tax Department to send SMS for 18 types of high-value transactions

    The Income Tax Department of India will be enforcing the task of sending out SMSs when a citizen provides his or her PAN card for various high-value transactions.

    The Chairman of the Central Board of Direct Taxes, PC Mody, mentioned that the department will urge the citizens to declare their income tax returns for a calendar year and will have to be entered in a technological platform which is being developed.

    In the light of the Union Budget 2019, and its interchangeability between the Aadhaar and PAN card, there are 18 such high-value transactions where Aadhaar card can be used if the citizen does not hold a PAN card.

    For all these transactions, an SMS alert will be sent to the citizen. In this way, if the individual is quoting the Aadhaar card where a PAN card was previously mandatory, the IT department will immediately allocate the PAN card in the backend.

    Under the Income Tax Rules, 114B mentions that there are 18 types of transactions where quoting of PAN is necessary. Depositing more than Rs.50,000 to your bank account in one day, payment for mutual funds and during travelling to a different country requires a PAN card authorisation.

    22 July 2019

  • GJC seeks an increase in PAN card limit to buy gold

    The All India Gem and Jewellery Domestic Council (GJC) has recommended that having to furnish PAN card details for purchase of gold jewellery be changed a little.

    The council recommends that the limit to be able to buy gold jewellery without having to furnish a PAN card be increased to Rs.5 lakh from the current Rs.2 lakh. They stated that not more than 50% of the population own PAN cards and making it mandatory for gold purchase above Rs.2 lakh makes it difficult for people in rural areas to make gold purchases.

    They also stated that in many cases, people are unwilling to share their PAN card details.

    The council put forward this recommendation after stating that 4 bangles, a mangalsutra, a small nose pin, and rings for the bride and the groom alone will cost around 3 to 4 lakh. Agricultural households that do not have PAN cards, hence find it difficult to get the required jewellery for weddings.

    Additionally, the council also hopes for the centre to cut import duty on gold.

    10 July 2019

  • Wirecard joins hand with India to issue PAN

    A German company, wirecard, dedicated to payments said that they would help India simplify the process of issuing PAN cards across the nation. These cards imperative documents required to be possessed by any individual who is eligible to pay tax. You also require your PAN to open bank accounts, transfer money, etc.

    The plan is to widen the infrastructure to help distribute the card to over 1 billion individuals, most of whom work in the informal economy.

    Wirecard has the infrastructure in place to help provide these cards and the technology required to scan documents that people need to apply for a PAN.

    17 June 2019

  • High value transactions made by non-individual entities require PAN

    Any transaction above Rs.2.5 lakh in the last fiscal year made by non-individual entities will attract a penalty if they haven’t applied for a PAN before May 31. Furthermore, entities involved in managing these transactions will have to obtain a PAN prior to the deadline.

    This notification was issued by the CBDT (Central Board of Direct Taxes) on November 19, 2018. The institution had also mentioned that this law applies to a partner, director, trustee, founder, author, chief executive officer, principal officer, office bearer, any entity authorized to act on behalf of a non-individual is also required to obtain a PAN.

    If these non-individual entities refrain from applying for a PAN before the deadline, they may attract a penalty of Rs.10,000 for not complying to the law.

    31 May 2019

  • ips to update PAN details through the Umang App

    Individuals who need to correct the details on their PAN Card can do it easily through the UMANG application. It’s is a unified platform for a few other government services along with the upgradation of PAN card details. To make any change through the app, users have to download it on their mobiles and then log in with their mobile number and click on the 'My PAN' tab.

    On the page that they are redirected to, they have to select the ‘Correction or Change in PAN card CSF’ option. On the next page, they have to enter the PAN number and then click the next button. They should submit the duly filled form and click on the submit button.

    Finally, they have to make the payment to get their PAN card details updated. After the payment has been made, they can submit the form along with the supporting documents at any PAN/ National Securities Depository Limited (NSDL) TIN-facilitation centre

    20 May 2019

  • Not linking PAN to Aadhaar may land you in hot water

    Although the last date for linking your PAN to Aadhaar has been extended several times, you could land in trouble if you fail to do so this time. CBDT (Central Board of Direct Taxes) has mandated this linking by September 30, 2019.

    It is imperative to mention that if your Aadhaar is not linked to your PAN, your PAN is very likely to be inactive. In turn, a taxpayer would be unable to file ITR (Income Tax Returns) until you do so. It is aldo possible that your PAN may be cancelled.

    In case you do not have an Aadhaar card, your PAN can be linked to Enrollment ID of the Aadhaar application.

    12 April 2019

  • ECI makes submission of PAN mandatory for contesting Lok Sabha Elections

    The Election Commission of India (ECI) on Sunday made the submission of PAN in the nomination papers mandatory for all candidates, who will contest in the upcoming Lok Sabha Elections. It needs to be mentioned here that the autonomous constitutional authority had last month directed candidates to provide their PAN details and also of their spouse and dependents in Form 26. 

    It is noteworthy to mention here that the Election Commission had introduced changes on filing norms in the month of February. Given the latest development, all candidates who want to contest in the general elections would need to mention their I-T returns for the last five years. Earlier, candidates had the option to skip providing PAN details and had to reveal the I-T returns filed for just the last year. 

    As per the new norms, candidates would be required to reveal information about their foreign investments. The new norms are also applicable on the spouse and members of Hindu Undivided Families (HUFs).  

    Meanwhile, the Election Commission announced the dates for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections on Sunday. Polling would be held in seven phases from April 11 to May 19 while the counting of votes will be held on May 23. Voting will take place on both Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) and VVPAT machines. 

    12 March 2019

  • Income Tax Department To Issue Only E-refunds From March 1

    The Income Tax Department starting March 1 will only issue e-refunds in the bank accounts of individuals who have linked their respective bank account number with the Permanent Account Number (PAN). Tax refunds are issued to individuals and corporates entities who pay higher income taxes as compared to their actual liability. It needs to be mentioned here that till now the income tax refunds are being sent via two modes namely bank RTGS/NECS and bank paper cheque. In order to get the income tax refunds via these modes, taxpayers are required to submit the bank account number and MICR code of the bank branch where the account is located. To receive the income tax refunds in the bank accounts which are linked to PAN, individuals will be required to validate the bank account with the e-filing portal of the Income Tax department. The bank account could either be a savings account, current account, cash account or an overdraft account. It is noteworthy to mention here that taxpayers who have not linked their bank account with the PAN can validate it through electronic verification code and net banking channels provided the bank is integrated with the income tax e-filing portal.

    4 March 2019

  • CBDT Urge Taxpayers To Complete PAN-Aadhaar Linking by March 31

    The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) in an advisory which was released recently has stressed that the PAN-Aadhaar linking was mandatory for filing an Income Tax Return (ITR). Given this fact, the authority has urged taxpayers to complete the procedure by March 31. In the advisory, the authority highlighted the fact that the linking was needed to be carried out in terms of Section 139AA of the Income Tax Act, 1961 and its order dated 30 June 2018. It needs to be mentioned here that the Supreme Court of India on February 6 has confirmed that linkage of PAN with Aadhaar was mandatory if an individual wanted to file an ITR. This reiteration by the apex court was needed after the Centre filed an appeal against a Delhi High Court order that allowed two people to file their ITRs for 2018-19 without linking their PAN and Aadhaar number. On September 26 last year, the apex court had declared the centre’s flagship Aadhaar scheme as being constitutionally valid even though it had struck down certain provisions.

    4 March 2019

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