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Published on 28 July 2016
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A senior member of tax campaign organisation the LITRG has been appointed to the Social Security Advisory Committee (SSAC).

Published on 28 July 2016
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The LITRG, in partnership with the London Advice Services Alliance (LASA), has launched a new online tool to help people check whether they can claim universal credit

Published on 27 July 2016
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The LITRG, in partnership with the advice and technology charity LASA, have today launched a web tool designed to help people check whether they can claim universal cr

Do you need help with tax credits? New HMRC web chat service available ©shutterstock/A. and I. Kruk
Published on 27 July 2016
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HMRC have recently launched web chat – a new online service which allows you to have a one-on-one online conversation with an adviser.

Published on 26 July 2016
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If you are in the self-assessment tax system then you may be due to pay your second payment on account for the year ended 5 April 2016 by 31 July 2016.

Published on 21 July 2016
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The LITRG is urging people in receipt of tax credits to complete their renewals by July 31 to avoid their payments stopping.

Published on 20 July 2016
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The LITRG is urging workers to consider their relationship with umbrella companies carefully, especially as a key advantage of using such companies has now been shut.

Umbrella companies brave the storm – but should you be using one? shutterstock/talitha_it
Published on 15 July 2016
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New rules from 6 April 2016 have been designed to prevent workers engaged through an employment intermediary, such as agency workers working through an umbrella compan

Pensions freedom – an increase in take up, post-Brexit? ©istock/stocknshares
Published on 14 July 2016
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Annuity rates have plummeted in recent years and continue to fall to all-time lows in the wake of the ‘Brexit’ referendum vote.

PR: Make sure your annual tax calculation is right, say experts ©shutterstock/Konstantin Kolosov
Published on 13 July 2016
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The LITRG is urging people to check the accuracy of figures in tax calculation letters (forms P800) that may hit their doormats shortly, which may show an unwelcome am