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e-Governance

Electronic governance or e-governance is the application of information and communication technology (ICT) for delivering government services, exchange of information communication transactions, integration of various stand-alone systems and services between government-to-customer (G2C), government-to-business (G2B), government-to-government (G2G) as well as back office processes and interactions within the entire government framework. Through e-governance, government services will be made available to citizens in a convenient, efficient and transparent manner. The three main target groups that can be distinguished in governance concepts are government, citizens and businesses/interest groups. In e-governance there are no distinct boundaries.

DP TradeKING e-Governance division believes in providing quality information and high standard of service delivery, encouraging new advanced technology and making the system more accountable, transparent and effective for the clients.

Permanent Account Number (PAN) refers to a ten-digit alphanumeric number, issued in the form of a laminated card, by the Income Tax Department in India. This number is almost mandatory for financial transactions such as opening a bank account, receiving taxable salary or professional fees, sale or purchase of assets above specified limits.

Permanent Account Number, as the name suggests is a permanent number which does not change during the lifetime of the PAN holder and also serves as an important ID proof. It is allotted to each tax payer by Income Tax Department under the supervision of the Central Board of Direct Taxes

The primary objective is to use a universal identification key to track financial transactions having a taxable component in it in order to prevent tax evasion. It remains unaffected by change of address throughout the country.

You can track the status of your application for new PAN / reprint of PAN card / Changes or Correction in PAN details using the 15-digit unique Acknowledgment Number after 3 or 4 days of application. For more information, Click Here.

What if you misplace your PAN? If you are a nonresident Indian living abroad or an OCI/PIO who has lost or misplaced his pan card, then we may help. We assist you in applying for a pan card with an old pan and get it delivered to your foreign address abroad.

The Process to obtain a Replacement/Duplicate pan card:

  • You would fill the forms & send them to our office with required documents.
  • We will submit your application to the PAN Department.
  • You would be sent the acknowledgment slip.
  • We do the follow-up of your case with the PAN department.
  • You receive the PAN Card abroad within 15-20 Business Days.

Primarily, we assist you in downloading a duplicate pan form and correction application online and later help you in filling the application for lost pan, and then guide you to apply for a replacement or a duplicate pan card.

Service Available not only for NRIs

We not only assist NRIs but we also guide overseas citizenship holders of India (OCI) and person of India origin (PIO) to apply for a lost IT pan card. Through us you can receive this pan card abroad within 15-20 business days or so, without any hassle. All you have to do is get in touch with our adviser, who will let you know how to obtain a pan card in case you have misplaced your previous old income tax pan

How to apply for a PAN Card:

Download the online application form

Generate and print the pre-filled application form. Affix your photograph and sign at the relevant section.

Send the Application form along with the supporting documents to us We shall submit it on your behalf and go ahead with the necessary proceedings Receive your PAN Card abroad within 20-25 business days, you may track the status online.

Fresh Guidelines for applying:

  • Foreign address can be provided, Indian address not necessary.
  • PAN card will be dispatched at Foreign address directly.
  • Complete address including State Name and Name of the Country to be clearly mentioned as part of the address.
  • Proper ZIP code or PIN code as applicable, to be provided.
  • Email ID / Tel No. must be provided.
  • Indian address is must if Representative Assessee (RA) details are given. It is compulsory to provide RA (Indian Citizen only) details for minor / deceased / lunatic / idiot.
  • If RAs address is given, the PAN Card will be dispatched at the RAs Address only, irrespective of the communication address.
  • If RA Details are provided, POI/POA must be attached with the application.

Documentation:

The following documents are to be submitted along with the Application Form:

  • Proof of identity (POI)
  • Proof of address (POA)

Documents that will serve as Proof of Identity:

For Citizens of India located outside the country at the time of application of PAN:

  • Copy of passport

For Foreign Citizens located either in India or outside India at the time of application of PAN:

  • Copy of Passport
  • Person of Indian Origin (PIO) card issued by Government of India
  • Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) card issued by Government of India
  • Other national / citizenship ID/Taxpayer ID duly attested by Apostille or by Indian

Embassy / High Commission or Consulate in the country where applicant is located

Documents that will serve as Proof of Address:

For Citizen of India located outside India at the time of application of PAN:

  • Copy of Passport
  • Bank account statement in country of residence
  • NRE bank account statement

For Foreign Citizen Located either in India or outside India at the time of application of PAN:

  • Copy of Passport
  • Person of Indian Origin (PIO) card issued by Government of India
  • Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) card issued by Government of India
  • Bank account statement in India
  • Certificate of residence in India or Residential permit issued by the State Police Authority
  • Registration Certificate issued by the Foreigners Registration Office showing Indian address
  • NRE bank account statement
  • Visa granted and Copy of appointment letter/contract from Indian Company and Certificate (in original) of Indian address issued by employer
  • Copy of Bank Account statement in country of residence duly attested by Apostille or by Indian Embassy/ High Commission or Consulate in the country where applicant is located
  • Copy of other national / citizenship ID/Taxpayer ID duly attested by Apostille or by Indian Embassy/ High Commission or Consulate in the country where applicant is located

    Other guidelines as applicable to resident applicants shall be applicable to the above mentioned applicants also.

Apply Online Form 49A

(Indian Citizens/Indian Companies/Entities Incorporated In India/Unincorporated Entities Formed In India)

Apply Online Form 49AA

(Individuals Not Being A Citizen Of India/Entities Incorporated Outside India/Unincorporated Entities Formed Outside India)

TAN or Tax Deduction and Collection Account Number is a 10-digit alpha numeric number required to be obtained by all persons who are responsible for deducting or collecting tax. Under Section 203A of the Income Tax Act, 1961, it is mandatory to quote Tax Deduction Account Number (TAN) allotted by the Income Tax Department (ITD) on all TDS returns.

Two Types of TAN Applications:

  • Application for issuance of new TAN (Form 49B) - Regular

    This application form should be used when the deductor has never applied for a TAN or does not have a TAN.

  • Form for Change or Correction in TAN data for TAN Allotted – Correction

    This application form should be used by the deductors in case they want a Change or Correction in data associated with their TAN.

    A deductor may either make an online application through this website or submit physical TAN Application to any TIN-Facilitation Center (TIN-FC) of Alankit.

    Applicants may obtain the application forms from TIN-FCs, any other vendors providing such forms or can freely download the same from this website. These applications are digitized by Alankit and forwarded to NSDL. NSDL then issues the TAN letter to the applicant as per the TAN allotted to it through ITD.

Entities (both corporate and non-corporate deductors) making payments (specified under Income Tax Act) to third parties (deductees) are required to deduct tax at source (Tax Deducted at Source -TDS) from these payments and deposit the same at any of the designated branches of banks authorized to collect taxes on behalf of Government of India. They should also furnish TDS returns containing details of deductee(s) and challan details relating to deposit of tax to ITD.

There exists an "Electronic Filing of Returns of Tax Deducted at Source Scheme, 2003”, applicable to all deductors furnishing their TDS return in electronic form. As per this scheme:

  • It is mandatory (w.e.f. June 1, 2003) for corporate deductors to furnish their TDS returns in electronic form (e-TDS return).
  • From F.Y. 2004-2005 onwards, furnishing TDS returns in electronic form is also mandatory for government deductors in addition to corporate deductors.
  • Deductors (other than government and corporates) may file TDS return in electronic or physical form.

In order to avoid long queues and save complications therein, filing of Income Tax Returns online has now-a-days emerged as a better option and is becoming increasingly popular. The scheme titled "Electronic Furnishing of Return of Income Scheme, 2007" enables authorized intermediaries to electronically file Income Tax returns on behalf of the taxpayers. This scheme is available to any taxpayer who is assessed or assessable to tax.

The Income Tax Department is keen to encourage e-filing of IT returns by all taxpayers in view of the following benefits to taxpayer

  • Anywhere-Anytime Filing
  • No long queues
  • No Personnel Interface
  • Quick Processing
  • Accurate data in return

NPS aims at ensuring financial security to every citizen by encouraging them to start contributing towards the old age saving. NPS has been designed to enable the subscribers to make optimum decisions regarding their future through systematic savings during their employment. NPS seeks to inculcate the habit of saving for retirement amongst the citizens.

Features

  • Open to all citizens of India and NRIs from 18 to 60 years of age
  • NPS is designed as a voluntary saving scheme, with restricted withdrawal options
  • Two types of account options:
    • Tier-I which is regular pension account
    • Tier-II which is a saving account
    • Tier-II account can be opened either with Tier-I or at a later stage only if Tier-I is

Active

  • No upper limit of investment
  • NPS is designed as a voluntary saving scheme, with restricted withdrawal options
  • Safe and reasonable market based returns over the long term
  • All charges levied under NPS are defined and regulated by PFRDA
  • Default penalty of Rs.100/- if min. contribution is not deposite
  • Dormant account shall be closed when account value falls to ZERO

Benefits

  • It is voluntary- NPS is open to every Indian citizen
  • You can choose the amount you want to set aside and save every year
  • You can choose your own investment option and pension fund and see your money grow
  • It is portable. You can operate your account from anywhere in the country, even if you change your city, job or your pension fund manager
  • Tax benefits available under section 80 C of the Income Tax Act
  • It is regulated. NPS is regulated by PFRDA, with transparent investment norms and regular monitoring and performance review of fund managers by NPS trust
  • Professional record-keeping and fund management
  • No entry and exit loads
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