2010 news

Published on 22 December 2010
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Received a P800 tax calculation? Having a battle with HMRC? Want to know what to do next? The Christmas holidays may be the time you can get to grips with it.

Published on 17 December 2010
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Have you challenged a PAYE tax calculation (‘P800’) which showed you had underpaid tax?

Published on 9 December 2010
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LITRG is supporting appeals mounted by several individuals, who would otherwise have been unrepresented, against the requirement that VAT returns must be filed online.

Published on 7 December 2010
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HMRC’s ‘automatic reconciliation’ of individuals’ PAYE records continues, with tax calculations for 2008/09 and 2009/10 landing on doormats.

Published on 7 December 2010
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Much was made of the coalition policy to increase personal allowances towards a target of £10,000 for those under 65.

Published on 1 December 2010
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Do you know all (or any) of the circumstances under which you can get a credit towards state benefits without paying a national insurance contribution?

Published on 22 November 2010
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During Parliamentary debates on the Finance Bill (which passes its remaining Parliamentary stages today) the Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury – David Gauke MP – com

Published on 11 November 2010
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An estimated 6 million people are likely to now be receiving tax calculations having not paid the right tax under PAYE, and students in particular can find the system

Published on 5 November 2010
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The Government recently consulted on proposals which will prevent employers, except perhaps in exceptional circumstances, from forcing employees to retire at age 65.

Published on 4 November 2010
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The benefits system is to undergo its biggest overhaul for a generation, with many existing tax credits and benefits being replaced by a ‘Universal Credit’