HMRC issues non-suffixed NI numbers

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HMRC has attempted to fix a national insurance (NI) number verification problem under RTI by issuing numbers without the final letter (A B, C or D).

The Revenue issued the non-suffixed numbers in response to issues raised by RTI filers whose NI number verification requests (NVRs) and full payment submissions (FPSs) had missing or incorrect NI numbers.

No NI numbers will be issued while the problem is being investigated.

“RTI is a major change and as you would expect, a few issues have arisen.  However these have been...

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By pawncob
03rd Jun 2013 21:59

Forward Planning.

And they only had 70 years to prepare for this!  Unbelievable.

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