2007 news

Published on 12 July 2007
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Today, not long after thousands of pensioners with retirement annuities received incorrect PAYE codes, it is revealed that some 600,000 pensioners have had wrong amoun

Published on 7 July 2007
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The new Financial Secretary to the Treasury (Jane Kennedy) got off to a difficult start last week by announcing further problems identified with the tax credits system

Published on 20 June 2007
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Every spring most householders receive a council tax demand – invariably higher than last year’s.

Published on 30 May 2007
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Pensioners on low incomes do not receive the help from HM Revenue & Customs that they deserve and as a consequence too many mistakes are made which mean that they

Published on 25 May 2007
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LITRG's response to ODI consultative document – Equality for Disabled People: How do we know we are making progress? (February 2007)

Published on 11 May 2007
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For years HMRC and its predecessor organisations have admitted that they really ought to do better at handling the complaints of its customers.

Published on 8 May 2007
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Pensioners who have deferred their State Pension in order to receive a lump sum will have some serious thinking to do after the tax changes announced in the Budget.

Published on 18 April 2007
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In an unprecedented move HMRC has announced a deal for people who have offshore bank accounts and who may not have disclosed everything that they ought to the tax auth

Published on 17 April 2007
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In November 2006 the rules about what changes of circumstances you must report to the Tax Credit Office changed.

Published on 22 March 2007
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Yesterday’s Budget may help some, including low-income families, who are caught by a little-known rule designed to counter inheritance tax avoidance, but which c