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Unpaid carers – LITRG response
Published on 29 July 2016
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LITRG welcomes the opportunity to respond to the Department of Health's consultation on unpaid carers. The consultation document explains that the government

Help to Save ©istock/robynmac
Published on 12 July 2016
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This Government consultation sought to expand upon its idea to introduce, by April 2018, a ‘Help to Save’ scheme for eligible claimants of working tax cred

Published on 8 July 2016
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The LITRG’s response (endorsed by Tax Help for Older People) to the consultation on partial surrenders of life policies highlights the need for both simplicity a

Simplifying tax for the future: planning the OTS’s strategy ©shutterstock/Paul Daniels
Published on 1 July 2016
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Commenting on the Office of Tax Simplification’s (OTS) plans for its future strategy, LITRG sees that Office’s role as facilitating better public understan

The future of Jobcentre Plus: digitalisation and work coaches ©Shutterstock/Leifstiller
Published on 1 July 2016
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In written evidence to the House of Commons Work and Pensions Select Committee, LITRG draws on its experience of representing the interests of the digitally excluded p

Tips, gratuities, cover and service charges – LITRG response ©Shutterstock/rangizzz
Published on 27 June 2016
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LITRG have responded to the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) proposals for further action on tips, gratuities, cover and service cha

Childcare free entitlement: delivery model ©Shutterstock: FamVeld
Published on 20 June 2016
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Finding reliable, high quality, affordable childcare is a major concern for working families and while LITRG supports extending free childcare to 30 hours, and also th

Published on 15 June 2016
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Welcoming the Government’s proposals for the tax framework for the secondary annuities market which is intended to come into force next April, LITRG noted that t

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.