A new report by the LITRG will highlight the plight of temporary low-paid agency workers who turn to confusing and costly umbrella arrangements to claim tax relief on travel expenses.
Government Departments’ guidance for citizens is being merged to a central point – GOV.UK. But to what extent can individuals rely on the information they find there?
HMRC's ‘Charter’, launched in 2009, sets out what you have a right to expect when dealing with them.
Media reports in October suggested that HMRC have issued a number of incorrect 2014/15 tax calculations to PAYE taxpayers.
Tax campaigners have voiced concern that government proposals designed to target tax evaders are likely to catch low-income migrants to the UK who have made a genuine mistake about the UK tax statu
HMRC are starting to issue annual tax summaries to around 24 million people.
Last week the Government announced the introduction of a ‘families test’ that puts families at the heart of policy making.
From October 2014, HMRC will begin to claw back unpaid overpayment debts from old claims from new ongoing tax credit awards.
HMRC have recently announced that they have been working with other law enforcement agencies to help close down more than 4,000 websites responsible for sending out phishing emails.
HMRC’s helplines now use an automatic system when you first get through – a recorded voice asking you various questions.