LITRG in its latest response to Government consultation on Pensions Simplification calls for a change in the law to help low-income pensioners.
A number of people have been receiving letters from the Revenue about shortfalls in their National Insurance contributions in past years, because the Government depart
Although LITRG does not generally have the resources to answer individual tax queries, we do get sent examples of where the Revenue are getting things wrong or are not
From 6 April 2004, an employee will have a right of appeal if required by the Revenue to pay tax which their employer has not deducted properly under PAYE.
In his Pre-Budget Report the Chancellor said he would consult on a proposed new income tax charge.
Following our News item on 10 February bemoaning the lack of published targets for standards of customer service for 2003/04, the Revenue have reacted with commendable
The Revenue have failed to follow their own Charter for taxpayers and the Government’s Modernising agenda by not publishing targets for standards of customer ser
Just before the start of the new tax year in April, the Revenue will send many pensioners a new tax code. Always check this code for errors.
Recent figures suggest that those who are claiming compensation for errors or delays in handling their tax credit claims are receiving much less than they are entitled
The approach of the Revenue departments to their disabled customers has not kept pace with advances in the law on disability, the Low Incomes Tax Reform Group has foun