Have you given us permission to speak to HMRC on your behalf? 

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Did you know we were unable to speak to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) about your tax, accounts or payroll without your permission?

To enable your agent (Ellis & Co) to speak to HMRC on your behalf you need to fill in a 64-8 form and send it on to HMRC. 

The 64-8 form covers authorisation for individual tax affairs (partnerships, trusts, tax credits and individuals under PAYE) and business taxes (VAT, PAYE for employers and Corporation Tax).

If you’re a personal representative you can use form 64-8 in certain circumstances to ask HMRC to deal directly with an agent.*

The form can be downloaded from HMRC’s website, please click here.

Please note: ensure you have all information to hand in order to complete the form, as a partially completed form cannot be saved.

For further information about 64-8 please contact Peter Way-Rider on 01244 343504.

*HM Revenue and Customs