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Published on 23 May 2017
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The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) has urged the Taylor Review of employment practices to recommend a comprehensive reassessment of the relationship between taxa

Independent review of employment practices in the modern economy
Published on 18 May 2017
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LITRG has been hugely concerned about the impact that ‘non-standard work’ such as agency work, zero-hours contracts and self-employment has on the low-paid

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Published on 15 May 2017
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The LITRG have recently been made aware of a new email phishing scam that appears to come from HMRC. Whatever you do, do not open the attachment!

Published on 10 May 2017
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The new Chair of the Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) has today urged the Government to provide greater support to help taxpayers on low incomes engage with and un

Published on 4 May 2017
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The LITRG has welcomed a recommendation in a report by the House of Commons Work and Pensions Committee that the ‘self-employed’ should be given at least &

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Published on 3 May 2017
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The LITRG has welcomed the recommendations in a report on self-employment and the gig economy by the House of Commons Work and Pensions Committee that calls for an urg

Shortened finance bill is passed by Parliament
Published on 27 April 2017
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The annual Finance Bill, which (among other things) reimposes income tax for the current tax year and enacts certain measures announced at the Budget, is to become an

Published on 27 April 2017
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The LITRG comments on, and offers further exceptions to, the measure that proposes to restrict purchases of zero-rated adapted vehicles to one per eligible person ever

Published on 27 April 2017
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The LITRG expresses concern about the new sweeping powers given to HMRC to make regulations amending and altering swathes of this primary legislation as it does not se

Published on 27 April 2017
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The early clauses of the Bill re-impose income tax for the new tax year and specify the rates at which it is to be charged.