What is Aadhar Card ??

Aadhaar is a 12 digit individual identification number which serves as proof of identity and proof of address for residents of India.

What is Pan card ??

PAN is 10 digit Unique Identification number. When PAN is allotted to an entity, a PAN Card is provided by the Income Tax Department. While PAN is a number, PAN Card is a physical card that has your PAN as well as the name, date of birth, father’s or spouse’s name, and photograph. Copies of this card can be submitted as proof of identity or date of birth.

What are key Benefits to Link Aadhar card with Pan Card ??

Once linked, ITR filing will be easier as the need for submission of receipt
or e-signature will be done away with.

Linking Aadhaar and PAN gives the Income Tax Department an audit trail of
all transactions, making Aadhaar card an important document for all

ITR filing will not be allowed until your Aadhaar-PAN is linked.

Aadhaar card serves the purpose of identity proof and address proof.

The use of Aadhaar card has reduced the need for other documents to a great

Transactions can be tracked after linking, which helps to prevent fraud and
curb tax evasion.

Check your Aadhar card or Pan card linked or not ??

You just have to click on below link provided ..

  1. Pan or Aadhar card linked

2. Income tax login

When you clicked on above anyone link you will direct reached to website just fill all you credentials and you will get status .

How to link Aadhar card with Pan card ??

All citizens having a PAN card should have linked it with their Aadhaar card by 30th June 2023. The government has made it mandatory for all taxpayers having a PAN card to link it with their Aadhaar card within the deadline. However, a late penalty of Rs.1,000 should be paid before requesting to link PAN-Aadhaar.

When the PAN-Aadhaar linking is not done within 30th June 2023, the PAN card will become inoperative from 1st July 2023. Thus, ensure that your PAN card is linked with your Aadhaar card. However, you can still link your Aadhaar with PAN even after it becomes inoperative after paying the necessary fees

An Aadhaar card contains a unique 12-digit number issued to every citizen in India by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI). It is an identification number that helps access the cardholder’s details from the government database, such as biometrics and contact information.  

Any individual, irrespective of age and gender, being a resident of India, can enroll to obtain an Aadhaar number voluntarily. The enrolment process is free of cost. Once an individual enrolls, their details are permanently stored in the database. One person cannot have multiple Aadhaar numbers.

How to check if your Aadhaar is linked to your PAN card?

if you are not sure if your PAN and Aadhaar cards are linked, you may follow these step to confirm:

1.Visit the Income Tax e-filing portal. Click on the ‘Link Aadhaar Status’ under the quick links on the homepage

2.Enter your PAN and Aadhaar number and click ‘View Link Aadhaar Status’.

Now, if your PAN & Aadhaar is not linked, you will see a pop-up as shown below. You can follow these steps to link them.

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