The latest staff survey for HMRC has been quietly published on the HMRC website.
Following the National Audit Office’s report last autumn about how HMRC handles tax debt, the Public Accounts Committee have now published their report and recommendat
The Finance Bill now going through Parliament proposes to withdraw entitlement to UK personal tax allowances from Commonwealth citizens living in some of the poorest c
Education Maintenance Allowance (EMA) allows poorer families to keep their children in schooling once they reach 16 years of age.
LITRG is often critical of HMRC for not taking on board our suggestions. But sometimes we can report successes.
In its latest report, LITRG shows how inconsistent is the tax and benefits treatment of volunteers’ expenses, and makes recommendations for a simple and coherent
Today the Chancellor set out his plans; they made grim reading.
The Chancellor is likely to announce the general approach towards a Charter for HMRC in the Budget this Wednesday.
Some families, where a parent or child has a disability, have lost out on tax credit payments because of complex rules and a lack of HMRC explanation and publicity.
It is particularly important in a recession that government agencies, such as Jobcentre Plus, HMRC, Directgov and the Cabinet Office, join up to provide accurate and h