If your PAN card is lost somewhere, then this is the whole process to get duplicate online…

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PAN Card news updates: PAN card (PAN Card) is required to conduct financial transactions in the country. Whether it is opening a bank account or depositing cash in excess of Rs 50,000, or withdrawing a large amount, it is used everywhere. In such a situation, it acts as an important document. Therefore, if it is lost or there is a mistake in it, then there is a problem in doing the transaction. In such a situation, losing pan creates a huge crisis. In such a case, if your PAN card is lost somewhere, then you can also get a duplicate by applying online. Come, know how you will achieve this …



This is how you can apply

There are ways to get a duplicate card after losing a PAN card. All you have to do is go to the TIN website i.e. the tax information network of the Income Tax Department. However, there are some prerequisites that need to be met before applying for a duplicate card.



The facility of obtaining duplicate can be availed by those PAN card holders who had earlier started processing their PAN application through www.nsdlegov.in or the e-filing portal of the Income Tax Department. As part of the process, card holders will have to provide their email address along with their registered mobile number in their original PAN application to receive OTP and complete the process. After completion of the application for duplicate PAN card, it will be sent to the cardholder’s address available with the Income Tax Department.

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This is how you can apply for duplicate PAN

  • To reprint your PAN card, visit the tax information network of the Income Tax Department https://www.tin-nsdl.com.
  • To reprint your PAN card on the homepage, click on PAN Reprint PAN Card option. Also, if you cannot find the link on the home page, then you can click on the ‘Service’ tab and select the option of ‘PAN’.
  • Selecting the pan option will open a new tab in front of you.
  • Then you have to enter your PAN details, Aadhaar number and date of birth etc. (tick the box to allow the use of Aadhaar data to reprint your PAN card).
  • You will be charged 50 rupees (with GST) for reprinting the PAN. 959 (with GST) will be charged from the cardholder for sending the duplicate PAN card to a foreign address.
  • After entering captcha code on that page, click on submit option.
  • After this, choose the option from email, mobile or both, where you have to call OTP.
  • Keep in mind that the email ID and mobile number should be the same as you had given to the Income Tax Department in your original PAN application. If you want to change your email address and mobile number, there is also an option to do so.
  • If all your details are correct, click on the box confirming that you want your PAN card to be printed as per the details already available with the IT department.
  • Next click on Generate OTP option to proceed. The OTP will be sent to the registered mobile number and email id.
  • Click on submit after obtaining OTP. Keep in mind that OTP received will be valid only for 10 minutes.
  • After validating the OTP you will be asked to pay. You have to pay Rs 50 or Rs 959.
  • Choose the payment option, click ‘Confirm Payment’ to be redirected to the payment gateway.
  • After the payment is successful, you can click on Generate and Print option to print the payment receipt.
  • Once the entire process is complete, you will receive an SMS with the receipt number on your registered mobile number. Through the link given in the SMS, you will also be able to download the e-PAN card.

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