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Know Your PAN Card Number

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If you're someone who has lost your PAN card, you can simply visit the e-filing website to find out your PAN details, including your PAN. Your Permanent Account Number can be accessed by either providing your name and date of birth. If you wish to find details other than your Permanent Account Number, you can visit the e-filing website.

Know Your PAN by using your name and date of birth

To gain access to your PAN details through e-filing website, you need to follow these steps-

  • Login to e-filing website using your credentials
  • Click 'Know Your PAN'
  • Enter your Date of Birth(for an individual) or Date of incorporation(for a company)
  • Enter your Full Name
  • Fill out the Captcha Code
  • Click on Submit

The information that can be accessed through this method are- PAN card number, Full Name, Jurisdiction under which your PAN falls, Area code, Whether your PAN card is active or inactive If you wish to know details apart from your PAN Card number, you can visit the e-filing website of the Income Tax Department. The procedure to find out details other than the PAN is a slightly lengthy, but it can be done!

  • Visit the e-filing website of Income-tax Department
  • Click on 'Register Yourself'
  • Select your User Type
  • Click on Continue
  • Provide the required details
  • Fill up the Registration form
  • Click on Submit
  • Click on the link sent to you on your email address to activate your PAN account

On obtaining the credentials to your online PAN account, follow these steps to obtain your PAN details

  • Login to e-filing website using your credentials
  • Click on 'My Account'
  • Navigate to 'Profile Settings'

Under 'PAN details' you'll be able to view the following information

  • Full Name
  • Address
  • Date of Birth
  • Gender
  • Area of Jurisdiction
  • Area Code

You can also view your Contact Details and Address on a separate tab.

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