PAN Form 60

PAN Form 60

PAN Form 60

As per the provisions under section 139 A of the Income Tax Act, 1962 any person who enters into the transaction with banking institutions without holding PAN has to furnish PAN Form 60. In India, it is mandatory for an individual to possess a PAN card if they want to make certain financial transactions. In this article, we view the procedure for filing PAN Form 60 in detail.

Form 60

Form 60 has to be provided by a person who does not have a PAN card but entering into any of the transaction mentioned below:

  • Form 60 is required at the time of sale or purchase of any immovable property valued at Rs.5 lakh or more.
  • Form 60 is necessary for sale or purchase of a motor vehicle or vehicle (excluding two-wheeled vehicles, including of any detachable side-car having an extra wheel, attached to the motor vehicle).
  • Form 60 is needed for making a fixed deposit of amount exceeding Rs.50,000 with any banks.
  • Form 60 is must for depositing in any post office savings bank of amount Rs.50,000 or more.
  • Form 60 is availed for any contract of a valid exceeding ten lakhs for sale or purchase of securities.
  • Form 60 is mandatory for opening an account with a bank or banking institutions.
  • Form 60 is wanted for making an application for installation of a telephone connection including a cellular telephone connection.
  • Form 60 is compulsory for payments to hotels and restaurants against their bills for an amount exceeding RS.25,000 at any one time.

Note: While openings bank savings or deposit account for a minor who is not taxable in India, the PAN card of the guardian to be obtained along with the application form. In the absence of PAN card, form 60 will be required to be submitted.

Documents Required

Before furnishing Form 60, individuals are excepted to submit some of the documents specified below to provide proof of identity or address along with Form 60. Some of the documents are as follows:

  • Copy of driving license
  • Copy of Passport
  • Copy of Ration Card
  • Copy of the electricity or telephone bill
  • Copy of ID proof from an approved institution
  • Any other document issued by Central Government, State Government or any local bodies showing residential address.
  • Any certified copy related to the address mentioned in the form.

Procedure of Filling up Form 60

It is necessary to know all the details before you starting filling with Form 60 instead of PAN Card. One should keep all the essential notes in mind mentioned below before filling and submitting up against the form:

The format of form no.6 has reproduced below in the PDF format for your reference.

103120000000007944
  • Full name and Address of the applicant.
  • Date of birth of the applicant and name of Father (in case of an individual).
  • Full Address of the applicant with a mobile number.
  • Details of the transaction and the amount of the transaction.
  • If you have been liable to tax then mention your details of Range, Ward or Circle where you had last filed income tax.
  • Mention your Aadhaar Number if issued.
  • Date of application and acknowledgement number of PAN card if applied but still not received.

Note: With other details to be filled, one should not make any mistakes or overwrite before submitting the PAN form 60.

Submission of Form 60

After filling up all the required details in the form carefully one can easily furnish it to the concerned authority before performing any financial transaction. This will make sure the existence of benefits and proof when one enters into financial transactions.

To know about ePAN Card Click Here

Other Related Guides

Minor PAN Card Minor PAN Card In India, the Permanent Account Number or PAN Card is an important identity proof which is issued to all citizens including minors, N...

Post by Karthiga

IndiaFilings is India's largest online compliance services platform dedicated to helping people start and grow their business, at an affordable cost. We were started in 2014 with the mission of making it easier for Entrepreneurs to start their business. We have since helped start and operate tens of thousands of businesses by offering a range of business services. Our aim is to help the entrepreneur on the legal and regulatory requirements, and be a partner throughout the business lifecycle, offering support at every stage to ensure the business remains compliant and continually growing.