New Delhi: If you do not have a PAN card, then understand that all your work is incomplete, which is no less than a tension for everyone.
Now such a rule has been made by the government for PAN card holders, which is a cause of trouble for all. The Income Tax Department, the organization that makes PAN cards, has now made such a rule, which is making everyone sitti bitti gul. That’s why it is important that you have to follow the rules made on the PAN card.
If you are using two PAN cards, be sure to surrender one at the earliest, else you will face problems. Before the government tightens legal screws on you, know the important rules.
Income tax department made necessary rules
According to the Income Tax Department, now using two PAN cards comes under the category of legal offence. If you are caught using two PAN cards, you will have to go to jail for 6 months. The only way to avoid this is that you surrender the PAN card soon, otherwise you will have to face problems.
You will not need to push anywhere to surrender the PAN card. You can do this work online from home. For this you have to go to the nearest public facility center. Here you can easily do the work of submitting PAN card.
PAN card holders should do this work soon
Link PAN card with Aadhaar card soon, otherwise you will have to face problems. According to the Income Tax Department, if you do not link your PAN card with Aadhaar by June 30, 2023, then you will face trouble as well as a penalty of Rs 10,000. also have to be given. Not only this, from July 1, 2023, the PAN card will also stop working, due to which all the work will stop in the middle.
To avoid penalty, soon you can link PAN with Aadhaar card, for which now you will not have to spend a single rupee. The linking date has been extended for the fifth time.
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