Customer ID as a defining specifier for an authorisation to represent

The party to which the authorisation is granted, or the assignee, which can be, for example, an accounting firm or some other outsourcing partner, may grant an authorisation to represent to all of its staff for the Incomes Register's authorisations 'Reporting earnings payment data', 'Browsing earnings payment data', 'Reporting benefits payment data' and 'Browsing benefits payment data'. In such a case, all employees who have been granted said authorisation to represent can use the Incomes Register on behalf of all the companies that have granted said authorisation.

Customer ID can be used as a specifier for an authorisation in circumstances in which the assignee wants to limit the authorisation to represent granted by a certain company or person to certain employees.

The assignee company may use the specifier to restrict access to data and services in the Incomes Register’s e-service.

When the company uses the customer ID as a specifier, it can limit the authorisations 'Reporting earnings payment data', 'Browsing earnings payment data', 'Reporting benefits payment data' and 'Browsing benefits payment data' granted by its customer company within a company, such as an accounting firm or some other outsourcing partner.

Format of customer ID

In the Incomes Register, the specifier is the Business ID or personal identity code. If the assignor is a person, the customer ID is the personal identity code. If the assignor is a business, the customer ID is the Business ID.

The accounting firm cannot hold valid auhtorisations for the Incomes Register granted previously by the relevant company. If previously granted authorisations are valid, they must be cancelled. Defining specifiers cannot be added afterwards to authorisations granted previously.