The LITRG are calling on HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) to increase their funding for voluntary and community sector organisations that help people with taxes, benefits and tax credits, after figure
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) have launched a campaign in December 2013 to give individuals who rent out residential property a chance to bring their tax affairs up to date.
The LITRG has welcomed the publication today of draft legislation which would extend a provision designed to ensure that when a vulnerable person dies their estate is not taxed twice.
The LITRG has welcomed the fact that those moving into care will continue to be able to get relief from capital gains tax on the sale of their home for three years after moving out.
Delivering the Autumn Statement today, the Chancellor confirmed that the transferable tax allowance for married couples and civil partners would go ahead from April 2015.
Tax campaigners have welcomed the news that the HMRC budget is to be protected from any further cuts this year. Ostensibly this is to enable it to focus more on countering evasion and avoidance.
The Chancellor delivered today’s Autumn Statement against a backdrop of the best economic outlook since he started his tenure, but continuing austerity for most and especially for people whet
The LITRG has welcomed HMRC’s continued commitment to reducing fraud and error in the tax credits system.
The LITRG has welcomed the Government’s commitment to legislate on employment intermediaries facilitating false self-employment.
The LITRG very much welcome the announcement in the Autumn Statement that entitlement to free school meals is being extended to all children in reception and years 1 and 2.