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
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
Every spring most householders receive a council tax demand – invariably higher than last year’s.
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
LITRG's response to ODI consultative document – Equality for Disabled People: How do we know we are making progress? (February 2007)
For years HMRC and its predecessor organisations have admitted that they really ought to do better at handling the complaints of its customers.
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.
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
In November 2006 the rules about what changes of circumstances you must report to the Tax Credit Office changed.
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