Check Aadhar Pan Card Link Status: Citizens who have Pan Card are required to link there with Aadhar till the extended date, I.e., June 30, 2023. The government of India made it compulsory for everyone to link their Pan card with their Aadhar card as it comes with a lot of benefits to the taxpayers. Nevertheless, beforehand asking to link PAN Aadhar, an extra charge of Rs 1000 must be paid.
In case you haven’t Linked your Aadhar with your Pan Card till the last date, which is 30th June 2023, then as a consequence, your Pan card will be incorporated from 1st July 2023. That is why make sure to link the Pan Card with the Aadhar card.
Every Indian citizen who resides in the country has received an Aadhar card from the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI). It is a 12-digit number that works as an identification number and only the government of India have a assess to the personal information related to the cardholder.
If a person is a resident of India, then he/she can get the Aadhar Number irrespective of age and gender. The process of obtaining the Aadhar number is free of cost. One person can get the Aadhar number only once, as it gets recorded in the data.
How to Link The Pan Card with the Aadhar Card
According to the Income Revenue Department of India, you must link your PAN (Permanent Account Number) card with your Aadhaar card. You can link your PAN card and Aadhaar card by following these steps:
- To file taxes electronically, go to https://www.incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in/home.
- Click the “Link Aadhaar” link in the “Quick Links” area of the webpage.
- Put in your PAN card number, Aadhaar card number, and Aadhaar name.
- If your Aadhaar card only lists the year of birth and not the date, choose the checkbox next to “I have just year of birth in Aadhaar card.”
- Go to the “Link Aadhaar” option after entering the Captcha code.
- The successful linking of your PAN and Aadhaar will be shown by a message.
By sending an SMS in the following format from your registered cellphone number to 567678 or 56161, you can also link your PAN with your Aadhaar: UIDPAN, where SPACE> is followed by 10 PAN digits and a 12-digit Aadhaar number.
Linking your PAN to your Aadhaar is crucial since failing to do so could result in losing your PAN card.
How to check Aadhaar is Linked to the Pan Card?
As we all know, the date for linking the Pan- Aadhaar has been extended. It was 31st March 2023, which is extended to 30th June 2023. It is officially the last day to link the Aadhar and Pan. However, after 31 March, 1000rs as a fine was collected for linking Pan- Aadhaar.
One thing to keep in mind is if the income tax returns have been filed in the absence of the Pan- Aadhaar link, then the return process will not take place and will get rejected by the income tax department.
If you want to check regarding the linking of the identity cards, the following steps should be followed:
- Browse the Income Tax e-filing website and select the “Connect Aadhaar Status” link under the fast links area to see if your PAN card and Aadhaar card are connected.
- Go to “See Link Aadhaar Status” after mentioning your PAN and Aadhaar number.
Visitors will get a pop-up with instructions to link them if they aren’t already linked. You can continue filing your income tax returns at https://cleartax.in/ if they’re already connected.
Q. I received a text that “Authentication has Failed “when I was striving to link my Pan with Aadhar. What steps should I take?
Ans: – The reason for the failure of the authentication is when the data in the Pan and Aadhaar don’t match each other. You can check the following details.
Date of birth
Q2. If there is some mistake in the name, date of birth, or mobile number, then what should I do to link my Pan and Aadhar?
Ans: Enter your Aadhar card number, PAN card number, name, date of birth, and mobile information to begin the connection procedure. Make sure to mention the details which are there on the Aadhar card. After filling in all the details you will receive OTP from the income tax department. If there is some mismatch or mistake, then the Aadhar card needs to get updated.
Q3. If my Aadhar and Pan are not linked, will I be able to file the Income tax return?
Ans: An Aadhar number will be required to file the income tax return. In case of having no Aadhar number, then an Aadhar enrollment number will be required.
Q4.Is it required for an NRI/Non-resident Indian to link Pan and Aadhar?
Ans: As mentioned above, only the residents or citizens of India can get their Aadhar numbers. A person who resides in India for 182 days or more in the immediately preceding previous year is known as a resident. An NRI is not required to link their Pan with Aadhar.