2009 submissions

Published on 19 November 2009
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HMRC have been consulting on how they assess and monitor their compliance with the laws on equality and diversity.

Published on 28 October 2009
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We have recently responded to the HMRC Modernising Powers, Deterrents and Safeguards consultation document - Bulk and specialist information powers.

Published on 16 October 2009
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We have recently responded to the HM Treasury and HMRC consultation document – False self-employment in construction: taxation of workers.

Published on 1 October 2009
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In January 2008 LITRG published Independent Living, Direct Payments and the Tax System looking at the tax treatment of direct payments under the Community Care Act 199

Published on 1 September 2009
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HMRC are now putting the finishing touches to ‘Your Charter’ – a document intended to ensure that people who have dealings with HMRC know what they a

Published on 24 August 2009
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HMRC have sought ideas on how they can work better with ‘tax agents’ to improve the running of the tax system.

Published on 20 April 2009
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LITRG has fully supported the development of a 'Taxpayers’ Charter since the consultation process began.

Published on 27 March 2009
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A recent consultation document from the Department for Children, Schools and Families (DCSF) outlines the Government’s four key aspirations to end child poverty

Published on 26 March 2009
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HMRC are proposing to bring Inheritance Tax record-keeping requirements and time limits for claims and assessments into line with other taxes.

Published on 12 February 2009
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For two years, HMRC have been consulting on modernising their powers on debt collection, investigations, compliance, and charging penalties and interest.

Published on 12 February 2009
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Millions of people in the UK are at risk of being left behind in a world where technology is constantly moving forward, according to recent reports from the Department

Published on 16 January 2009
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In running the tax system HMRC exercise certain general management powers (‘collection and management’) alongside the strict law.