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What is Permanent account number?

A permanent account number is an identification number provided by the income tax department. This is a unique number allotted to each person who are either liable to pay tax or buying any assets which needs PAN. In some of the financial or non-financial transaction, this PAN is treated as identity proof of the individual or organisation like buying or sale of any tangible property or buying shares or mutual funds etc. The income tax act mention that people falling under the following criteria are required to obtain PAN:-

  • 1) If a particular person’s income crosses the basic exemption limit for a financial year.
  • 2) If the overall earnings or business exceeds the limit of five lakhs in the financial year. 
  • 3) If the person is required to get import and export code or GST registration.
  • 4) If the person receives any amount after deducting withholding tax from the total earnings payable to another person.
  • 5) If any financial transactions which are undertaken require submission of PAN card mandatorily.
  • 6) if any transaction is more than Rs. 2 Lakh irrespective of the mode of payment.

In India PAN can be obtain voluntarily by any person, irrespective of residency, citizenship or age. Hence foreigners or NRIs and any minors are also allowed to obtain PAN


An individual can submit the PAN application at PAN facilitation centre that are available in every Indian city/town operating under UTITSL and NSDL. Also a person can register and get his PAN card through the online mode to obtain PAN, PAN application form 49A provided by income tax department must be submitted online or at a PAN facilitation.


The PAN application is prepared, the applicant can sign the application form either with the digital signature or manually. If the applicants opt for a digital digital signature, then the applicant can upload entire application form with the digital signature through the computer or the signature can also be attached through Aadhaar-based e-sign. Individual can only use the Aadhaar-based E sign if their number is registered with their Aadhaar card number. Once the online application form is signed it will get verified through an OTP generation through UIDAI. Once the OTP is entered by the applicant the application form get submitted.


In order to submit a pan application or to make changes in a pan card, Govt Fee must be paid. This payment can be made online using credit debit card or internet banking. An individual can pay for them self, parent, spouse or the children. They can also pay through demand draft.


Once the application is filed a unique 15 digit code will be generated, this unique ID will have details about the documents that need to be physically sent to the service provider. The following procedure must be followed for a successful PAN application:-

  • 1) Completed Form 49A must be downloaded and printed with two photographs of the applicant according to the size given in the application form.
  • 2) Thumb impression or signature must be provided by the applicant across the photo affixed in the given area.
  • 3) The signature or the thumb impression must not exceed the box available for the purpose.
  • 4) Finally, the signature and document must be attested by a Gazetted Officer.


If there is any correction or changes in the provided PAN card, it has to be mention in a separate format it must be resubmitted with identity proof, address proof and all the other details. An individual can also carry out changes and correction online, in their PAN Card.


If an applicant by any mistake has requested or opt in more than one pan card, then he/she can cancel a pen according to the criteria, one person is eligible to have only one pan card and in case of any person is found having more than one pan card, a fine of Rs. 10,000 will be levied. In order to return to cancel a PAN separate form needs to be attached with descriptive letter, mentioning the applicant complete details and the reason for cancelling the permanent account number.


  • 1. Lower TDS rate if you have the PAN Card
  • 2. Mandatory for filling the Income tax Return
  • 3. Mandatory for GST Registration
  • 4. Mandatory for some financial transaction as prescribed.
  • 5. Majorly accepted for identity proof of the individual or business.

Document Required

In case of Individual:-

  • Identity Proof
  • Aadhar Card
  • Passport size photograph

In case of HUF:-

  • A declaration by the Karta
  • Passport size photo of Karta

In case of Company:-

  • Company Registration certificate
  • Address Proof

In case of Partnership Firm or LLP:-

  • Partnership Deed copy
  • Registered copy of the LLP
  • Identity proof of the authorised signatory

Time Lines

  • (10 to 25 Days)
  • Purchase the Service
  • Upload / send the Documents
  • Discussion with expert
  • Filing of application with registrar authorities
  • Receipt of Registration Certificate
  • Confirmation to client

Service Covered

Pricing for what you want required service


  • PAN Registration


  • PAN Registration
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  • PAN Registration
  • MSME Registration
  • GST Registration
  • Notes:
  • * This price is inclusive of all Govt filing fee and excluding GST amount.


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