LITRG has today published a new report highlighting the growing problem of ‘digital exclusion’.
HMRC have been working in conjunction with software providers to provide "apps" (applications on smartphones) which enable small businesses to keep their records more
The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) has said that HM Revenue and Customs’ (HMRC’s) assessment of the impact of the introduction of Real Time Information (RTI) on
Over recent years HMRC have consistently failed to answer their telephone helplines in anything like a reasonable time-scale.
From tomorrow, the already very complicated tax credits system is undergoing more changes.
HMRC have announced that they are now on the trail of people who buy and sell things online.
From 6 April 2012, HMRC will stop working tax credit for most couples with children who do not work at least 24 hours a week between them.
A press storm is growing about the nature of changes to the age allowance provisions announced in the Budget, with some commentators characterising these as a Grannyta
Today the Chancellor said that he was delivering a Budget for those on low and middle incomes. Did he succeed?
A coalition of charities working for carers and disabled people, led by the LITRG, very much welcome the Government’s decision to allow couples where one partner is en
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