HMRC says sorry for continued 64-8 delays | AccountingWEB

HMRC says sorry for continued 64-8 delays

The current turnaround time for forms 64-8 sent to the new central processing team at Longbenton is 17 days, Revenue and Customs has announced.

HMRC said in a statement on its website that the Central Agent Authorisation Team (CAAT) "has had some teething troubles, mainly because it is receiving more 64-8s than was originally forecast".

"We are very sorry for the inconvenience this has caused to you and your clients," HMRC said.


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how many

carnmores | | Permalink

64-8 do they process in a day
how big is the backlog
how many arrive every day