PAN-Aadhaar Link: Relief to PAN-card holders, last date for linking to Aadhaar extended

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new Delhi: The government has once again given a big relief to the holders of PAN cards. The government has now extended the date of linking Aadhaar with PAN to 31 March 2021. According to Income Tax Department, if PAN is not added to Aadhaar within the stipulated period, it will become inactive. Also read – notice will come from tax department or not, now sit at home and find out with the help of Pan Card

The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) issues a 12-digit Aadhaar, while the Income Tax Department issues a 10-digit PAN (including English and numerals) to any individual or entity. Also Read – Many information is hidden in the Pan Card, the notice will come from the tax department or not, the PAN card will also tell

On Wednesday, the government said that 32.71 crore permanent account numbers (PAN) have been added so far from the biometric identity card. My Village India wrote on Twitter, “More than 32.71 crore PANs have been added from Aadhaar.” The government has already extended the date of linking Aadhaar with PAN to 31 March 2021. According to the tweet, till June 29, 50.95 crore PANs have been allocated. Also Read – UIDAI / Aadhaar Card Address Update New Rules: UIDAI has given great convenience to tenants, now they will be able to change address in Aadhaar Card

The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) issues a 12-digit Aadhaar, while the Income Tax Department issues a 10-digit PAN (including English and numerals) to any individual or entity. According to Income Tax Department, if PAN is not added to Aadhaar within the stipulated period, it will become inactive.

In a separate tweet, My Village India has given information through the graph about the income distribution of those who file income tax returns.
According to this, 57 percent of the units filing income tax returns are those whose income is less than 2.5 lakh rupees.

According to the data, 18 percent of those who fill their income are 2.5 to 5 lakh rupees, 17 percent of the income of 5 lakh rupees to 10 lakh rupees and seven percent of the income is 10 lakh to 50 lakh rupees. Only one percent of those who file income tax returns show their income more than Rs 50 lakh.

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