In any new regime of interest and penalties, the key principle is that late payment may lead to an interest charge and late filing may result in a penalty, but in gene
In June, HMRC began consulting on developing a new Charter to replace the old ‘taxpayers’ charters’ formerly published by the Inland Revenue and Cust
If you thought qualifying for tax credits was complex, then just try and work out whether you qualify for a grant to warm your home.
A more aggressive stance by HMRC is leading to more tax credit debt being pursued in the courts.
One of the first steps in the new HMRC programme for transforming tax credits delivery has been to produce a “Do I qualify” tool for their website.
On 13 May 2008, the Chancellor announced that to compensate for the removal of the 10% tax band he would increase the basic personal allowance and generate a rebate fo
The Prime Minister in his Party Conference speech referred to a forthcoming initiative whereby one million families will be helped to connect to broadband and get othe
Earlier this year LITRG led a consortium of charities in convincing HMRC to use its discretionary powers to waive tax debts on certain small pensions.
In May, LITRG expressed concerns over whether everyone entitled to Child Trust Fund payments was receiving them.
From April 2009, when taxpayers find themselves in dispute with HMRC, they will be able to ask HMRC to carry out an “internal review” of their case as a si