Pan Aadhaar Linking Extension: Increased Pan-Aadhaar Linking Extension – Check Reports

Pan Aadhaar Linking Extension: Increased Pan-Aadhaar Linking Extension - Check Reports
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New Delhi: The Pan Aadhaar linking deadline has been extended by another three months. The merger will run until September 30, instead of June 30. That is what the Union Minister of State for Finance Anurag Tagore said. That step has been taken keeping in mind Corona Mahamari.

The government has extendepd the deadline for PAN and Aadhaar connections for the fourth time. The last day of Pan-Aadhaar merger was announced on March 31 last year at the very beginning. It was first extended to June 30, 2020 in Corona. In the next two phases, the term was extended till March 31 this year and then till June 30. Considering the Corona situation, it was once again extended for another three months.

The process of merging PAN card and Aadhaar has been simplified considerably at the moment and it can be done online through the new income tax portal launched by the government. The government launched this portal on June 6. To simplify the process of paying taxes to the taxpayers, the government has launched the porter and provided details about the UI.

The process of attaching pan and aadhaar

Here are a few steps to follow. Let’s take a look at that method-
-https: //
– Stroll down the home page of the portal and click on the link Aadhaar option.
-Clicking will open a new web page
-Then you have to fill in the required details like PAN, Aadhaar number, name and mobile phone number.
-Tick the required boxes and click on the link base.
-Then enter the six digit OTP in the registered mobile number and validate for the process of attachment.

What will happen if pan and aadhaar are not connected?

PAN is an important document for various financial transactions. If it does not attach to the base, it will become inactive after a period of time. This will have an impact on various financial transactions and benefits of government projects like pensions, scholarships, LPG subsidies.