Pan Card Application

A pan card is very vital documents for ID proof of identity and it is very important documents for taxpayers in India. Pan number is of 10-digit unique number that is being allotted by income tax department every tax. It is mandatory Documents for paying tax to Individual or companies.


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Should be Aware before Making Pan card Application.

There are few things that have to be kept in mind before making pan card application to avoid future complication, few of them are mentioned below. 
  1. One should never apply for new pan application if He/she should already have pan card.
  2. One should always check the details in documents are pan card applications are similar or not.
  3. Address of Documents and Pan Card application should be similar.
  4. One should always provide correct contact details, Email-Id and Mobile Number. 
  5. If in case application is offline then, one should always fill application for 49/A, into block letter.
  6. Before submitting offline pan application form 49/A, make sure your photograph should be properly Pin to Application or not. 
Who can apply for Pan?
Application for pan card can be done by individual, corporate, trust, companies, organizations, local authorities, minors, senior citizens, even by government.
Each and every taxpayer paying tax in India shall have pan number, even for making investment into mutual funds. All financial transaction are tracked and kept under one roof by Income tax Department.

Documents Checklist

Documents Required for MSME Registration.

For Indian Citizens
(Any one of these documents)

Proof of Identity

Pan Card Copy

Aadhar Card Copy

Driving License


Proof of Address

Pan Card Copy

Aadhar Card Copy

Driving License


Proof of date of birth

Pan Card Copy

Aadhar Card Copy

Driving License


Procedure for Pan Card Application

  • Our executive will get in touch with you and will fill your Pan Application.
  • Documents preparation.
  • Fillings form with concern department.
  • Pan card will send you by concerned department at your Address.


Choose your package & proceed to pay

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MSME Registration
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Get the process done in 5 Easy Steps

1. Choose the package and fill the form.

2. Make Payment

3. Our Executive will get in touch with you and verify the details.

4. Filing the Application to concern department

5. Congratulations your Work is complete


1. What is Pan?

Answer: Pan Known as Permanent Account number. PAN is ten digit alphanumeric unique numbers issued by income tax department.

2. How will I get pan card hard original copy?

Answer: After Application for pan your pan card will get delivered to your address within 7 working days from income tax department on your registered address on aadhaar card.

3. Can minor apply for pan card?

Answer: Yes. Minor can apply for pan card under section 160 of It Act 1961. Wherein in such cases they are represented through respective Assesses who will apply pan card on behalf of the minor applicant.

4. I do not have aadhar card, can still we are eligible file pan application?

Answer: No. Aadhaar card is compulsory for pan application.

5. Can a student apply for pan card?

Answer: Yes. If the student is above 18 years of age then they can apply for pan card.

6. What documents are required for Pan Application?

Answer: In case if applicant is individual then Aadhaar card, In case of Applicant is any company of firm then it’s partnership deed of incorporation certificate is required for pan application.

7. How long pan is valid?

Answer: Pan is valid for lifetime until the applicant is alive.

8. Can single applicant have two pan numbers?

Answer: NO. Single applicant cannot have two pan numbers.

9. How pan number is formed and how does it get a unique identity?

Answer: A Pan is a unique ten-digit alphanumeric number issued by income tax department.
Out of first five characters, the first three characters represent the alphabetic series running from AAA to ZZZ. (E.g. ALWPG5809L).
The fourth character of PAN represents the status of the PAN holder (E.g. ALWPG5809L).
“A” stands for Association of Persons (AoP)
“B” stands for Body of Individuals (BOI)

“C” stands for Company

“F” stands for Firm/Limited Liability Partnership

“G” stands for Government Agency

“H” stands for Hindu Undivided Family (HUF)

“J” stands for Artificial Juridical Person

“L” stands for Local Authority

“P” stands for Individual

“T” stands for Trust
Fifth character of PAN represents the first character of the PAN holder’s last name/surname in case of an individual. In case of non-individual PAN holders fifth character represents the first character of PAN holder’s name (E.g. ALWPG5809L)
Next four characters are sequential numbers running from 0001 to 9999 (E.g. ALWPG5809L).
Last character, i.e., the tenth character is an alphabetic check digit (E.g. ALWPG5809L).

The combination of all the above items gives the PAN its unique identity.

10. How to link pan with Aadhaar?

Answer: Linking pan with aadhaar card is mandatory. There are two ways to link pan with Aadhar card A. Using SMS facility. B. Using facility on e-Filing portal

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