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Published on 31 January 2017
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The LITRG welcome the opportunity to comment on the draft Finance Bill clause 2 and Schedule 2.

Published on 27 January 2017
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While this measure introduces a fair and coherent solution to a legislative problem that has caused gross unfairness to some taxpayers, we have some serious concerns o

Published on 27 January 2017
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The LITRG welcomes the opportunity to continue to comment upon the development of the provision of public financial guidance and are pleased many of our earlier sugges

VAT: zero-rating of adapted motor vehicles - LITRG response
Published on 27 January 2017
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This draft Finance Bill clause and schedule proposes restricting the availability of zero-rating for the purchase of an adapted motor vehicle for eligible disabled use

Draft National Insurance Contributions Bill 2017: Termination awards – LITRG response
Published on 27 January 2017
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LITRG welcomes the fact that employees, already in a vulnerable position due to losing their job, will continue not to have an NIC liability on their termination payme

Draft Finance Bill 2017: Termination payments – LITRG response
Published on 27 January 2017
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LITRG has submitted comments to HMRC on draft clauses 7, 8 and 9 of Finance Bill 2017 in relation to termination payments and deductions for employee liabilities.&nbsp

Published on 26 January 2017
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LITRG welcome the introduction of new trading and property income allowances of up to £1,000, both of which can be claimed by individuals from 6 April 2017.

Handbook changes to reflect the introduction of the Lifetime ISA – LITRG response
Published on 24 January 2017
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The LITRG welcomes the opportunity to respond to some of the questions in this Financial Conduct Authority consultation on handbook changes to reflect the introduction

Published on 23 January 2017
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LITRG are concerned that the provisions in clause 91 are drawn far too widely and that they may unintentionally catch unrepresented taxpayers, who have not engage

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Published on 23 January 2017
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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.