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Request to provide/update PAN details to avoid blocking of e-filing account by the Income Tax Department. - (24-08-2016)

Request to provide/update PAN details to avoid blocking of e-filing account by the Income Tax Department. - (24-08-2016)
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It has been noticed that the Income Tax Department has blocked/ disabled the e-Filing account of the members whose correct PAN details are not available with the Department. Upon following with the Income Tax Department, it has been informed that the blocking and disablement of the E-filing Account of the members by them is initially temporary in nature which would be made permanent if correct PAN details are not updated/provided to Income Tax Department which are in synchronisation with the details available with the ICAI. In this regard, members had been earlier requested to submit their correct PAN details with the ICAI vide e-mails in November 2015, December 2015 and also through Announcements dated 20/11/2015, 16/12/2015 hosted at ICAI Website, wherein time limits to update/provide the PAN details were also prescribed. Further in the e-mail dated 6/5/2016 members were requested to update/ provide their PAN details latest upto 14th May 2016. 

The Income Tax Department has blocked/ disabled the e-Filing account of the members whose correct PAN details are not available with the Department.

In case you are facing any problem in uploading tax audit reports due to non updation of PAN number at ICAI or due to differences in the name as per ICAI record and name given in PAN number, then please go through the link mentioned below to update your details:

http://online.icai.org/app_forms/panupdate/index.html

You may also file your complaint/ grievance at mss@icai.in and/or dtc@icai.in for resolving the same.

We would like to inform that ICAI is taking up the matter to resolve the issue with department on top priority basis and the members are requested to update/provide their PAN details by filling requisite details by clicking above link at the earliest but latest by 26.08.2016.

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