Today the HMRC Chairman is due to face the Public Accounts Committee to discuss progress in collecting the £3.9 billion of tax credit overpayments which were out
Alastair Darling was cautious in his first Pre-Budget address, and failed to redress the blow to low-income taxpayers delivered by his predecessor.
The Treasury published a consultation in June this year looking for ways to improve the Gift Aid system and so increase charitable giving across the UK.
LITRG has responded to HMRC proposals to change how customers pay tax and its processes for tackling late payments.
One in three people who are entitled to it do not claim council tax benefit (CTB) and the Communities and Local Government Select Committee has called for major reform
LITRG has submitted its response to the latest consultation by HMRC on what powers they should take and what safeguards taxpayers and tax credit claimants should be gi
It may not be widely known that 2007 has been designated ‘European Year of Equal Opportunities for All’.
Last month the Treasury Committee published a report on how well HMRC have cut back their resources following merger whilst maintaining the level of service provision.
It is essential that any system of taxation should be transparent, as simple as possible and related to the ability of the individual to pay.
The occasions when the taxpayer or tax credit claimant is required to contact HMRC are rising every day, and with fewer and fewer opportunities to pop in to your local