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Published on 14 December 2018
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With the introduction of ‘auto enrolment’, more and more people are saving towards a pension.

Universal Credit (Claims and Payments) (Scotland) Regulations 2017
Published on 11 December 2018
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From 1 April 2018, certain tenants of non-residential or commercial leases in Scotland must submit a tax return – a lease review return – to Revenue Scotland, to ensur

Published on 5 December 2018
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The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) welcomes the publication of a major new report by the House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee on HMRC powers and taxpayer sa

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Published on 3 December 2018
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Calculators are tools that save people time and help them to be self-sufficient. It is important that you find an accurate and up-to-date calculator for your needs.

Tax-Free Childcare to present complex array of choices
Published on 27 November 2018
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There have been some changes in the world of childcare, which mean that what happens with childcare vouchers when you go on maternity leave is not at all clear.

Published on 22 November 2018
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The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) has welcomed the recommendations of a critical House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee report titled Making Tax Digital for

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Published on 8 November 2018
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HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) are going to review cases, and where appropriate issue refunds of ‘failure to notify’ penalties, where they find that the taxpayer had

 New LITRG guide to HMRC’s online services
Published on 7 November 2018
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HMRC are running a webinar designed for individuals who have used a contractor loan scheme and want to understand the disguised remuneration settlement process.

Published on 7 November 2018
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The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) has cautiously welcomed the Government’s response to the recommendations made by the Social Security Advisory Committee (SSAC)

Published on 31 October 2018
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The Chancellor’s failure to address an anomaly in tax rules which means that more than a million people on low incomes are losing out on tax relief on their pension co