HMRC have announced that from mid-July they will start sending out PAYE tax calculations for the 2010/11 tax year, starting with repayments where HMRC think too much t
LITRG reported earlier this year on a special tax deal for plumbers and members of associated trades to ‘own up’ to under-declared tax liabilities.
As the end of the school year approaches, students switch their attention from exams to the summer holiday fun ahead.
The Government proposes to remove from the scope of legal aid all welfare benefits and tax credits advice.
HMRC have started a consultation on the future relationship between the Department and tax agents – mainly paid agents, but also those acting pro bono and the extensiv
Serious complaints about HMRC can be investigated by the Independent Police Complaints Commission. But how does anyone find out about this?
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is alerting taxpayers to a new surge of fake ‘phishing’ emails sent out by fraudsters in the run-up to the tax credits renewal deadline
Young people trying to enter the world of work continue to face a difficult labour market.
On 6 April, LITRG launched www.revenuebenefits.org.uk, a website to support advisers who have to grapple with the “giving” side of HMRC activity.
VAT is a particularly regressive tax, imposing the highest burdens on people with low, fixed incomes such as many pensioners and those living on state benefits.