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PAN Card Application for Charitable Trust

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PAN Card Application for Charitable Trust, PAN stands for Permanent Account Number. PAN is a ten-digit unique alphanumeric number issued by the Income Tax Department. PAN is issued in the form of a laminated plastic card (commonly known as PAN card). Given below is an illustrative PAN: ALWTG5809L. In this Article you can find complete details regarding PAN Card for Trusts like –  Documents and information to be submitted with PAN application? in Case of Trust, Who has to sign the PAN application i.e. Form 49A/49AA? in Case of Trust, How to apply for PAN?, What are the charges for obtaining a PAN?

The fourth character of PAN represents the status of the PAN holder. A trust is represented by the character ‘T’ (E.g. ALWTG5809L).

PAN Card Application for Charitable Trust

PAN is to be obtained by following persons:

  • A charitable trust who is required to furnish return under Section 139(4A)
  • Every person who intends to enter into specified financial transactions where citing a PAN is mandatory

How to apply for PAN?

What are the charges for obtaining a PAN?

The applicant shall pay a fee of Rs. 93 + service-tax. In case, the PAN card is to be dispatched outside India then additional charges of Rs. 879 will have to be paid by the applicant.

Documents and information to be submitted with PAN application?

A trust registered in India shall submit Copy of trust deed or copy of certificate of registration number issued by Charity Commissioner along with the PAN application.

In case trust is formed outside India, it shall submit the following documents along with the PAN application form:

  • Copy of Certificate of Registration issued in the country where the applicant is located, duly attested by “Apostille” (in respect of the countries which are signatories to the Hague Apostille Convention of 1961) or by the Indian Embassy or High Commission or Consulate in the country where the applicant is located or authorised officials of overseas branches of Scheduled Banks registered in India
  • Copy of registration certificate issued in India or of approval granted to set up office in India by Indian Authorities.

Who has to sign the PAN application i.e. Form 49A/49AA?

Application for PAN shall be signed by the trustee (left thumb impression in case trustee is unable to sign).

Must Read – Charitable Trust Introduction and Registration

Contact Details for PAN Card Application

The Income Tax Department or NSDL can be contacted in any of the following means

Income Tax Department

Contact No – 1800-180-1961

E-Mail – Not available

NSDL

Contact No –  020-27218080

E-Mail – [email protected]

UTITSL

Contact No – 1800220306

E-Mail – Not available

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