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Published on 8 December 2016
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The LITRG welcomes a number of the announcements in the Autumn Statement, including the fact that the Government will be reverting to a single annual fiscal event

Published on 1 December 2016
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This briefing highlights a number of issues that we have identified with HMRC’s approach to tax credit compliance investigations, particularly those cases where

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Published on 29 November 2016
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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
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The LITRG has responded to six consultations focusing on specific groups or specific elements of HMRC’s Making Tax Digital (MTD) reforms.

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Published on 31 October 2016
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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
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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

Published on 25 October 2016
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We welcome the opportunity to contribute to a discussion into the levels of public confidence and trust in the capability of HMRC to collect tax fairly and effectively

Published on 24 October 2016
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HMRC are concerned that complex business structures involving partnerships are enabling certain people to avoid paying tax that is due in the UK.

Published on 24 October 2016
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The Savings (Government Contributions) Bill 2016-17 outlines two new savings schemes – the Lifetime ISA and Help to Save accounts.

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Published on 18 October 2016
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HMRC are proposing to limit the range of benefits in kind (BIKs) that attract income tax and/or National Insurance contribution (NIC) advantages when provided as