HMRC are tasked with increasing the take-up of tax credits.
The end of the tax year 2009-10 on 5 April also sees the extension of compulsory online filing of end of year returns to nearly all employers.
Pay As You Earn (PAYE) coding notices are now being issued to pensioners for the 2010/11 tax year.
In the hard times it is essential that those with the greatest need should claim what they are entitled to.
It cannot have come as a surprise to HMRC that many people left filing their online Self Assessment return to the last weekend possible.
With forecasts of more snow, some further people may be entitled to receive a “cold weather payment” from the Government. Are you entitled?
Increasing numbers of people are taking part time work, sometimes out of choice and sometimes out of necessity.
Are you repaying a student loan and getting close to full repayment?
From 18 January, tax credits recipients who start to live together, or who become single after being part of a couple, but are late reporting the change to HMRC, can r
As the Government moves forward with plans to extend the system of direct payments, we urge the various Departments and other bodies involved to work together to ensur