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|00:01|| Welcome to the Spoken Tutorial on How to apply for a PAN card.
|00:08||In this tutorial we will learn the process of-|
|00:12||Applying for a PAN Card|
|00:15||Documents for proof of identity|
|00:19|| And Tracking the status of the application
|00:23||The Pan card application form is called Form 49A.|
|00:29||This form can be downloaded from the link given below http://www.utiitsl.com/forms/Forms 49A.pdf|
|00:37||Once you have downloaded the form, take a print-out of the same.|
|00:44||Next step is to fill the form.|
|00:47||The form is to be filled legibly in BLOCK LETTERS in English only.|
|00:53||It is preferable to use a pen with black ink to fill the form.|
|00:59||In each box, fill only one character i.e (alphabet /number / punctuation sign).|
|01:08||A blank box must be left after each word.|
|01:13|| 'Individual' applicants need two recent colour photographs with a white background.
|01:20||These photos have to pasted on the form in the spaces provided.|
|01:26||The size of the photo should be 3.5cm x 2.5cm|
|01:35||The photos should not be stapled or clipped to the form.|
|01:40||The photo on the left, should have a signature/thumb impression across it.|
|01:47||For the right side photo, the signature/thumb impression should be below it.|
|01:54||Thumb impressions should be attested by a Notary Public or an authorized officer with official seal and stamp.|
|02:04||Now, start filling the form.|
|02:06||First of all, fill the Assessing officer details.|
|02:11|| Assessing officer details can be found on these webpages -
|02:26||In the item 1 section, you have to fill in your personal details.|
|02:31||Here, select your title, like Shri, Smt etc.|
|02:38||Write your surname, first name and middle name, in full-form.|
|02:44||These are to be filled without any initials.|
|02:48|| Your name should not be prefixed with any title like M/s, Dr., Kumari, etc
|02:57|| For Non-Individuals, what if the name is longer than the space provided?
|03:03||In that case, it can be continued in the space provided for First and Middle Name.|
|03:10|| In case of a Company, the name shouldn't contain any abbreviations.
|03:16||E.g. 'Private Limited' should be written in full.|
|03:21||Variations like Pvt Ltd, Private Ltd, P, P. Ltd etc are not allowed.|
|03:31||In case of sole proprietorship, the PAN should be applied for in the proprietor's own name.|
|03:39||In item 2, Individual applicants can use abbreviation in their names.|
|03:46||This will be printed on the PAN card.|
|03:49||Note that the last name must be written in its full-form.|
|03:54||The next section asks for other names that one is or was known by.|
|04:02||It must be filled if the applicant selects "yes", following the instructions applicable for item 1.|
|04:10|| Item 4, the Gender field, should be filled only by Individual applicants.
|04:18||The item 5 section asks for date of birth.|
|04:23|| The dates expected from different categories of applicants are specified in the form.
|04:29||E.g. A Company should provide its Date-of-Incorporation.|
|04:35|| Next, Individual applicants should fill in their father's name.
|04:40||Instructions in item 1 with respect to name, apply here.|
|04:46||Note that married women should also give their father's and not husband's name.|
|04:53||Item 7 asks for your address.|
|04:57||Residential address should be filled only by Individuals, HUF, AOP, BOI or AJP.|
|05:07||Individuals should give Office Address here, if they have a source of income e.g business or profession.|
|05:16||In case of a Firm, LLP, Company, Local Authority or a Trust, complete office address is mandatory.|
|05:26||The address given by all the applicants should include these details -|
|05:37||State/Union Territory, and|
|05:41||Foreign addresses must contain Country Name along with its ZIP Code.|
|05:47||For item 8, i.e. Address for Communication-|
|05:51||Individuals/HUFs/AOP/BOI/AJP may tick on either 'Residence' or 'Office' address.|
|06:01|| Other applicants should write their 'Office' address
|06:05||All communication will be sent to the address written here.|
|06:11||Telephone Number and Email ID details are to be filled in item 9.|
|06:16||Telephone details should include Country code (ISD code) and Area/STD code|
|06:25||E.g. Details of a Delhi telephone 23557505 number should be filled as|
|06:34||9 1 the Country code|
|06:36|| * 1 1 the STD Code
|06:39||The numbers and e-mail id are necessary to|
|06:43||contact applicants in case of any discrepancy in the application|
|06:49||send the PAN card via e-mail|
|06:52|| SMS the status updates
|06:56||In item 10, select the category status that is applicable.|
|07:02||In case of Limited Liability Partnership, the PAN will be given a Firm status.|
|07:09||Item 11 asks for the registration number of companies, issued by the Registrar of Companies.|
|07:18||Other applicants may mention registration number issued by State or Central Government Authority.|
|07: 27||Item 12 -|
|07:28||Citizens of India, must enter their AADHAAR number, if allotted.|
|07:34||It should be supported by a copy of the AADHAAR letter/card.|
|07:39||In item 13, applicants must indicate their source of income using a business/profession code|
|07:48||These codes are available on page 3 of the form.|
|07:52||E.g. Medical Profession and Business's code is 01|
|07:58|| Engineering is 02
|08:01|| Item 14 asks for personal details of representative assessees.
|08:08||Only those specified in Section 160 of the Income-tax Act, 1961 can act as representative assessees.|
|08:18||Some of them are-|
|08:20||an agent of the non-resident,|
|08:23||guardian or manager of a minor,lunatic or idiot, Court of Wards etc.|
|08:32||Representative assessees are mandatory for applicants who are minors, mentally retarded, deceased, idiot or a lunatic.|
|08:43||Personal details of the Representative Assessee have to be filled here.|
|08:49||Item 15, is about documents to be submitted for Pan Card application.|
|08:55||Attaching proof of identity and proof of address with a PAN application is mandatory.|
|09:04||These documents should be in the name of applicant.|
|09:09||Representative assessees must also attach these documents|
|09:15|| List of documents that serve as proof of identity and address are given on page 4 of the Pan application form.
|09:26||Applicants must furnish any one document from the options listed in the form.|
|09:33||E.g.-Proof of identity for Individual applicants and HUF are-|
|09:39||School leaving certificate|
|09:43|| Driver's license etc.
|09:46||Documents for proof of address are -|
|09:53|| Passport etc.
|09:57||Now we will discuss some general information regarding the application-|
|10:03||The fee for processing PAN application is Rs.96.00 ( 85.00 + 12.36% service tax).|
|10:15||Payment can be made by-
|10:20||For addresses outside India, the processing fee is Rs. 962.00|
|10:27||i.e[ (Application fee 85.00 + Dispatch Charges 771.00) + 12.36% service tax].|
|10:40||For foreign addresses, payment can be made only by way of Demand Draft payable at Mumbai.|
|10:48||The box at the end of the form, asks for the applicant's signature or thumb-print.|
|10:55||Representative Assessee's signature or thumb print should be given for minors, the deceased, lunatics and the mentally retarded.|
|11:06||Applications without signature or thumb-print will be rejected.|
|11:12|| Applicants will receive an acknowledgement on acceptance of this form.
|11:18||This will contain the Unique Identification number.
|11:23||This number can be used for tracking the status of the application.|
|11:29|| You can track its status using the Income-tax Department website or these
www.incometaxindia.gov.in OR these websites
|11:38|| On this website, the "Status Track " search will perform this task.
|11:43||This search will need either your|
|11:45||# acknowledgement number, or|
|11:47|| # details like name and date of birth
|11:52|| One can also get PAN status details via SMS.
|11:57||>SMS- NSDLPAN<space>15-digit Acknowledgement No. and send to 57575|
|12:10|| The postal addresses are as shown.
|12:17|| Hope this information was helpful.
|12:20||Now let us summarize. In this tutorial, we have learnt -|
|12:28||Documents for proof of identity and|
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|13:31|| We have come to the end of this tutorial.
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