The Bank of Baroda Form 60 is a form that is used by individuals who do not have a Permanent Account Number (PAN) to declare their source of income.
The form is required to be submitted by individuals who are opening a new account with the bank, as well as those who are existing customers who wish to update their information.
What is the Bank of Baroda Form 60?
The Bank of Baroda Form 60 is a self-declaration form that is used by individuals who do not have a PAN to declare their source of income.
The form requires the individual to provide information about their income, such as their salary, rent, and business income.
The individual must also provide a copy of their address proof and identity proof.
What information is required to be submitted in Form 60?
The following information is required to be submitted in Form 60:
- Name of the account holder:
- Date of birth:
- PAN (if available):
- Declaration: A declaration stating that the information provided is true and correct.
How to submit Form 60?
Form 60 can be submitted at any Bank of Baroda branch. The form can also be downloaded from the bank’s website and submitted along with the required documents.
Failure to submit the Bank of Baroda Form 60 can result in a penalty of up to Rs.10,000.