Many people are being affected by the current economic slowdown through job losses, reductions in income and increased living costs.
Responding to the Department for Work and Pensions’ (DWP) Green Paper No-one written off: reforming welfare to reward responsibility, LITRG fully supports the Go
Taxpayers who have to submit PAYE, corporation tax or VAT returns will soon be required to file online, making HMRC the first government agency to compel ordinary citi
Many partnerships who do not have agents to represent them could get caught out by the new filing deadlines, and suffer a penalty charge.
Pensioners may remember that the Chancellor promised in the Pre-Budget Report to give them an extra £60 as a Christmas bonus.
We return once more to our perennial health warning about tax free childcare vouchers provided by employers.
Over many months LITRG has been leading a consortium of charities in an effort to minimise the problems for low income pensioners who may not have paid enough tax in t
… that is the (fundamental) question that we feel should have been asked in a recent consultation.
The Government are now eager to improve the tax credits system.
The tax credit system has attracted heavy criticism since its inception in 2003.