Although inevitably a much smaller economy than the UK's, New Zealand faces many of the same tax problems.
We acknowledged that this year’s Pre-Budget Report had some good news for those on low-incomes.
For the last week or so HMRC have been running a campaign to remind people who are not taxpayers that they should register with their bank/building society to get their interest paid without tax de
The 31 October deadline for paper filing of tax returns has passed.
The Department of Health (DH) proposes to give local authorities the power to extend direct payments to those who lack the capacity to consent to their receipt.
In the most complex Pre-Budget report so far, the Chancellor has concentrated many of his proposals on those in the UK who are amongst the most disadvantaged.
LITRG generally welcomes today’s National Audit Office report on HMRC’s management of tax debt.
When people are in difficulty through job losses, reductions in hours and other stresses in the wake of the recession, tax and tax credit debt can be unwelcome extra burdens.
As the tax appeals system is changing from April 2009, new rules and procedures are being devised.
Care workers have one of the most demanding jobs in the country. They are not well paid. Often the job involves a lot of travelling.