Submissions

RSS
©istock/BrianAJackson
Published on 23 January 2017
submissions

The LITRG welcomes this initiative by HMRC to encourage taxpayers to review their offshore affairs and put them back onto a compliant footing where necessary.

Published on 23 January 2017
submissions

The LITRG welcomes the broad definition of ‘relevant pensions advice’ under the proposed regulations so that it might include ‘tax issues relating to

Finance Bill 2017 draft clauses: Overseas Pensions
Published on 23 January 2017
submissions

While LITRG recognises that removing the '90% rule' for taxing foreign pension income in the UK is intended to be a fairness measure and simplify the system, w

Published on 16 December 2016
submissions

The Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee has launched an inquiry into the future world of work, focussing on the rapidly changing nature of work, an

©shutterstock/ESB Professional
Published on 14 December 2016
submissions

The LITRG has responded to a Department for Education consultation on the introduction of Postgraduate Doctoral Loans.  LITRG recommends that employers must be pr

Published on 1 December 2016
submissions

This briefing highlights a number of issues that we have identified with HMRC’s approach to tax credit compliance investigations, particularly those cases where

©shutterstock/FamVeld
Published on 29 November 2016
submissions

While LITRG do not generally comment on rates or levels of taxation or of welfare benefits, and we do not make any representations here about whether it is right in pr

Published on 8 November 2016
submissions

The LITRG has responded to six consultations focusing on specific groups or specific elements of HMRC’s Making Tax Digital (MTD) reforms.

©shutterstock/Paul Daniels
Published on 31 October 2016
submissions

The LITRG comments on the proposal to introduce assisted digital support that will allow the digitally excluded to access new digital services being developed as part

Published on 28 October 2016
submissions

The LITRG has responded to this consultation seeking views on how the new welfare powers in Scotland can be used to improve or change certain parts of the existing ben