HMRC’s consultation on reforming the taxation of trusts for vulnerable beneficiaries is a prime opportunity for such trusts to be tailored to the needs of the benefici
Growing numbers of people on low and moderate incomes are being misled and even forced into using limited companies in order to obtain work, and risk being caught in a
A week after HMRC re-launched their Business Records Check (BRC) regime, one of a growing number of compliance initiatives, LITRG are publishing a best practice compli
The House of Lords Committee on Public Service and Demographic Change issued a call for evidence this summer inviting views on how population changes, particularly an
On Sunday 21 October 2012 at 9 pm, BBC Radio 5 live reported on schemes operated by some recruitment agencies paying minimum wage workers partly by reimbursing alleged
LITRG has responded to the HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) consultation document ‘Extra-statutory Concession A19 review’.
As the influential House of Commons Work and Pensions Committee questions Government ministers about implementing their proposals for universal credit, also taking evi
Parliament spent a couple of hours last week debating the morality of tax in the context of avoidance and evasion.
Tax campaigners are pressing HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) for assurances that new obligations on employers to provide 'Real Time Information' (RTI) to the tax authori
Victoria Todd and Robin Williamson of LITRG have written the LITRG Tax Credits Handbook 2012/13 which has now been published by Spiramus Press.