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Pan Card Applying New Rules as on 5th December 2018

Pan Card Applying New Rules as on 5th December 2018

Pan Card Applying New Rules as on 5th December 2018
Pan Card Applying New Rules as on 5th December 2018: :05th Dec 2018 PAN Card New Rules:New PAN rules come into effect today Details here
Pan Card Applying New Rules as on 5th December 2018
The Income Tax Department has introduced some important amendments to the Permanent Account Number (PAN) card rules effective from 5 December 2018.
The changes have been brought about to check tax evasion and offer greater flexibility to new PAN applicants as well.
The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT), on 19 November, notified the amendments to Income Tax Rules, 1962.
Pan Card Applying New Rules as on 5th December 2018
Pan Card Applying New Rules as on 5th December 2018 Here’s what has changed.

Furnishing father’s name in application form not mandatory anymore Until now, those applying for PAN were required to furnish their father’s name in the application form which is also printed on the PAN card.
However, as per a new rule, applicants now have a choice to choose whether they want the name of their father or mother on the card.
If the applicant’s mother is a single parent, furnishing father’s name isn’t mandatory.
Entities doing business over Rs. 2.5 lakh must have PAN According to another amendment, it is now mandatory for all entities, other than individuals, entering financial transactions worth Rs. 2.5 lakh and above in any given
financial will have to get a PAN card on or before May 31 of the next financial year.
Such entities include Hindu Undivided Families (HUF), firms, charitable trusts, associations of persons, body of individuals, local authorities, and companies.
Details PAN mandatory for those acting on behalf of business entities
As per the second amendment, any person acting on behalf of the aforementioned entities doing business worth Rs. 2.5 lakh or more must also get a PAN card on or before May 31 of the next financial year.
They may include managing directors, directors, partners, trustees, authors, founders,kartas, chief executive officers, principal officers, or office bearer of the person.
Another new rule extends tax officials’ authorization Until today, tax authorities were allowed to specify formats and verification standards for the submitted documents and Aadhaar information.
They were also responsible for ensuring secure capture/ transmission of data,
implementing appropriate security, and archiving and retrieving policies related to the furnishing of PAN application forms.
However, a new rule has now extended their authorization and responsibilities to the issuance of Permanent Account Numbers too.

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