PAN card has become a very important document in today’s time. If you want to file income tax return or if you have to transact more than ₹ 50,000, then PAN card is being used. You can also use PAN card as ID proof. The PAN card contains the information of the PAN card holder. The PAN card has an alphanumeric number of 10 digits. Alphanumeric numbers begin with the English alphabet. These are recorded in the capital letter on the card.
Explain that the fourth letter gives the card holder information. If P is printed in someone’s card, then it means that the PAN number is personal i.e. a person. F means firm while C means company. After this, if A is printed in someone’s card, then it means Association of Person. T, Trust then B shows the body of individual. The same shows the government from G and the artificial judicial person from J and the local from L. The fifth letter of the PAN card is also important, which is the first letter of the card holder’s surname.