Mutual funds are a good option for investing. For a mutual fund investment, the investor and the company need a KYC. For any mutual fund investment, investors have to go through the KYC process. PAN card is mandatory for KYC. In addition, it also plays an important role in financial transactions. The government has fixed September 30 as the last date for linking the Aadhaar card with the PAN card. In that case, if you haven’t linked your Aadhaar card with PAN yet, do it today.
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Whenever you link Aadhaar with a PAN card, the question arises as to how to link it. If you too haven’t linked so far, we are telling you how you can link Aadhaar card with a PAN card sitting at home today.
Link the Aadhaar card with the PAN card sitting at home
First you go to the official website of the Income Tax Department https://incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in.
When you click on this website, you will be taken directly to the homepage.
Here you will see the link Aadhaar option on the left. You have to choose this option.
After clicking on it, a new window will open in front of you in which you will need to fill in your details.
Now fill in the PAN number, Aadhaar number and other information in your specified fields. After that enter the captcha code.
After you have done all this, you will finally need to click on Link Aadhaar. As soon as you click, your PAN and Aadhaar will be linked. You will see its information on the screen.
If you want to know if your Aadhaar and PAN are connected or not, you can follow this process. If your Pan-Aadhaar is already linked, its message will also appear on the screen.
You can also link Pan-Aadhaar by sending SMS
If you do not have a smartphone or laptop, you can also link the PAN and Aadhaar card by sending an SMS. For this, UIDPN from your registered number <12-ಅಂಕಿಯ ಆಧಾರ್> <10-ಅಂಕಿಯ ಪ್ಯಾನ್> You should send an SMS to 567678 or 561561 by typing Once this is done, you will get the information linked through the message itself.
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