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THIS Mistake on PAN Card can put penalty of 10,000 Rupees (Full Details)

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PAN card is a mandatory document. Without this card, no financial transaction can be done. It is required to do every financial transaction and to open an account in the bank.

From bank to office, you cannot do any financial work without it. It has now been made mandatory to link PAN card with Aadhaar and everywhere.

With this, let us tell you that a mistake related to the PAN card can lead to a fine of Rs 10,000.

Having Two Cards will cause Problems 

Wherever you are entering the PAN number, then fill the ten digit PAN number given on the PAN card very carefully. In this, any spelling mistake or number here and there can get you heavy penalty.

Along with this, even if you have two PAN cards, you may have to pay a big fine. This may freeze your bank account.

Therefore, if you also have two PAN cards, then immediately your second PAN card will have to be surrendered to the department. There is also a provision for this in section 272B of the Income Tax Act 1961.

How to surrender your PAN?

The process of surrendering PAN is easy. There are common forms for this. You can download it from the Income Tax website.

For this, you can download the form by clicking on the link ‘Request For New PAN Card Or/ And Changes Or Correction in PAN Data’ on the website.

After this, fill the form and submit it to any NSDL office. While surrendering the second PAN card, submit the same along with the form. You can do this online also.

Let us tell you that two different PAN cards coming in the name of the same person at the same address fall in this category. If you also have two PAN cards, then one has to be surrendered.


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