Corporate Services

PAN Verification Services
Tax Chanakya provides solutions to verify PAN of the employees against the database of the India Income Tax Department. Discrepancies found while income tax pan card verification are reported to the employer via automated MIS.

To enable eligible Entities to verify Permanent Account Numbers (PANs), Income Tax Department (ITD) in India has authorized National Securities Depository Limited (NSDL) to launch an online PAN verification service for verification of PAN cards by authorized entities.

In case of valid PAN, name of the PAN holder, last date of PAN update as per ITD database and the status as “existing and valid” will be displayed. If the PAN is a fake PAN as per ITD database, the status will be shown as “Fake PAN”. In case the PAN is not found in database, the response will be “not in ITD database”. In such cases, if the user is able to provide a proof of this PAN (copy of PAN card or PAN allotment letter), NSDL will forward the same to ITD for investigation

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Employee Proof Verification Services
Verification of employee’s income tax proofs is a serious responsibility of the employer, which is expected to be discharged in accordance with the law. Tax Chanakya provides end-to-end solutions for proof verification, along with expert resources to assist you during the proof verification process.

Tax Chanakya offers two solutions to employee proof verification:

I. Physical proof verification
Activities involved:
  • 1. Collect paper documents (income tax proofs) from the employees
  • 2. Our professionals will perform below mentioned activities at corporate locations
           a. Open the corporate IT Declaration utility
           b. Verify the paper documents submitted by the employees as per employee declaration in the utility
           c. Approve/Reject/Approve with modification in the utility
           d. Note: If the corporate does not have IT Declaration intranet utility, then the data entry is done in spreadsheets
  • 3. Put the paper documents in the boxes provided by corporate
II. Online (electronic) proof verification
Activities involved:
  • 1. Employees will email scanned documents (income tax proofs) to Tax Chanakya
  • 2. Our professionals will perform below mentioned activities at its Central Processing Centre
           a. Open the corporate IT Declaration utility
           b. Verify the documents emailed by the employees as per employee declaration in the utility
           c. Approve/Reject/Approve with modification in the utility
           d. Note: If the corporate does not have IT Declaration intranet utility, then the data entry is done in spreadsheets
  • 3. Save employee documents in a folder with name “Employee Id”. Respond to any employee queries on email .

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While we encourage employees to independently prepare and efile their tax returns, we do realize that handholding is required in the initial years of tax filing. We provide sophisticated tax helpdesks (virtual and physical) to assist the employees with their e filing needs.

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Digital Signature Certificate
Procure 2-yr validity DSC for the Form 16 signing authority.
While DSC has limited utility for individuals, it is required by authorized corporate personnel to enable digital signing of Form 16.
DSC with 2-yr validity is provided by taxchanakya to Form 16 signing authority of the companies. Email sales@taxchanakya.com to procure DSC. What are digital certificates?
Digital Certificate are the digital  equivalent ( i.e. electronic format ) of physical or paper Certificates.Examples of physical certificates are drivers license,passports or membership cards.Certificate serve as identity of an individual for a certain purpose, e.g, a drivers license identifies someone who can legally drive in a particular country. Likewise, a digital certificate can be presented electronically to prove your identity or your right to access information or services on the internet
A digital signature is an electronic signature that can be used to authenticate the identity of the sender of a message or the signer of a document, and possibly to ensure that the original content of the message or document that has been sent is unchanged. Digital signatures take the concept of traditional paper-based signing and turn it into an electronic "fingerprint.” This "fingerprint,” or coded message, is unique to both the document and the signer and binds both of them together.
“Digital Signature" means authentication of any electronic record by a subscriber by means of an electronic method or procedure in accordance with the provisions of Information Technology Act 2000.
Typically certificates are used to generate confidence in the legitimacy of a public key. In addition to verifying a signature, verifying the signer's certificate increase the confidence of the receiver in ensuring that attempted forgery or impersonation has not occurred.
Digital certificates can be used as to verify someone's (or some company's) identity. It can be used in a variety of ways including to control access on web sites, to create virtual private networks, to secure e-mail, and to guarantee the authenticity of downloaded software.
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Please note that you do not have to pay to register, or for usage of the system. It is only when you actually want to e-file or use our tax planning services that a payment has to be made.
  • Easy and user-friendly interface
  • Environment-friendly filing option using Digital Signature
  • Professional help and tools to help you file returns accurately
  • Elaborate FAQs section to help out with your tax queries
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