Submissions

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Published on 8 June 2016
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In a response to the Government’s consultation to a new Public Financial Guidance service, LITRG has welcomed in principle the proposed abolition of the Money Ad

RTI post-implementation
Published on 26 April 2016
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LITRG were among those asked to submit comments to HMRC to inform their review of how the implementation of RTI (Real-Time Information) had gone.

Published on 22 March 2016
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LITRG has submitted comments to HMRC on draft guidance for the statutory exemption from income tax for trivial benefits in kind provided by employers to employees.

Making Tax Digital
Published on 9 March 2016
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LITRG has responded to the Making Tax Digital: Simpler Payments discussion document recently issued by HMRC.

Published on 24 February 2016
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LITRG has responded to this consultation document that confirms the government’s intention to abolish Class 2 National Insurance for the self-employed and instea

Published on 4 February 2016
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LITRG has responded to a Department for Work and Pensions consultation on changes to Personal Independence Payment (PIP). The LITRG submission focuses on our area

Published on 3 February 2016
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LITRG has responded to the HMRC consultation document on draft legislation to introduce a new method of issuing assessments to taxpayers who do not have to complete ta

Employer provided living accommodation - call for evidence
Published on 3 February 2016
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LITRG has responded to a government call for evidence which has been published to find out whether there is a case for making any changes to the current

Published on 3 February 2016
submissions

LITRG has responded to the HMRC consultation document on draft legislation to introduce a new nil rate of tax for savings income within an individual’s savings a

Published on 26 January 2016
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LITRG has responded to the HMRC consultation document on draft legislation to introduce a new dividend allowance and dividend nil rate for the first £5,000 of an