2009 news

Published on 9 December 2009
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Despite the economic woes of the country, in his Pre Budget Report the Chancellor today tried his best not to add to the burdens of those on low incomes.

Published on 8 December 2009
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Yesterday the Government set about reducing the debt burden by announcing proposals for better and smarter public services.

Published on 1 December 2009
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A new report from the Public Administration Select Committee calls for all facets of government to say what they mean in a way you can understand.

Published on 30 November 2009
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A new guide written for the man or woman in the street aimed at enabling them to challenge tax credit overpayments is published today.

Published on 29 November 2009
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One of the most welcome features of the tax credit system is the facility to backdate entitlement by up to three months before the claim has been received by HMRC.

Published on 29 November 2009
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When ringing HMRC, it is essential to keep a careful note of the date and time of the call, to whom you spoke, and what was said.

Published on 25 November 2009
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The lives of bereaved people could be made a great deal easier if the different government agencies involved when someone dies were to share information and join up th

Published on 22 November 2009
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In an appearance on You Tube the Permanent Secretary for Tax gives a stark warning to those who may be hiding something overseas.

Published on 18 November 2009
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HMRC have been consulting on how they assess and monitor their compliance with the laws on equality and diversity.

Published on 13 November 2009
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Childcare vouchers have become front page news this week following the Government’s announcement that they plan to abolish tax relief on them.