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What is a Permanent Account Number?

PAN or Permanent Account Number is a 10 digit alpha-numeric identity issued by the Income Tax Department of India. It is a unique account number allocated by the Income Tax Department, which is used to track and manage all the Income Tax assessee in India.

Although the PAN card application is voluntary, it must be obtained before engaging in certain transactions. For entering into a financial transaction exceeding a specified amount, quoting PAN is compulsory. Also, every business entity must apply for PAN card application within the 30 days of its formation or incorporation.

Requirements of Permanent Account Number

Documents Requirement for PAN Application

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Structure of PAN

For unique identification, a specified structure of 10 digit code is provided

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Frequently Asked Questions


Any Indian citizen, including a minor, can apply for allotment of Permanent Account Number by furnishing valid proof and documents. Foreign individual or entity can also apply for PAN allotment.


Yes, every business established in India must apply for PAN card online or offline within the 30 days of establishment. However, sole proprietorship firm does not need so as it does not have a separate identity from its owner.


Once the application for PAN Card is forwarded, generally it takes 5 – 7 working days for allotment of PAN. However, receipt of physical PAN card may take time.


The Permanent Account Number, once allotted, comes with lifetime validity for individuals and business entities. If the businesses entities are dissolved or closed, it must surrender the allotted PAN.


A Person cannot hold more than one PAN card. If a person holds more than one PAN, a penalty of Rs. 10,000/- may be imposed under section 272B. Therefore, the person holding more than one PAN must surrender it immediately.

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