The Revenue said it had lost nothing and it only has ‘open records’ on a number of taxpayers – the result of being supplied with incomplete information. Press reports claimed around five million records for 1998-1999 had been lost due to information not being transferred properly from the Revenue’s national insurance recording system, run by Andersen Consulting, to COP, the PAYE computer.
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