In recent times, savers may have turned to not-for-profit Credit Unions as an alternative to mainstream banks and building societies.
In responding to HM Treasury’s (HMT) call for evidence on remuneration practices, LITRG has submitted evidence drawn from the experiences of low paid workers who have contacted us to ask for
The LITRG has welcomed proposed reforms to the employee benefits and expenses regime, which should reduce administrative burdens for employers.
From 2 September 2014, HMRC are extending their facility for dealing with informal representatives such as family and friends of elderly or disadvantaged taxpayers (known as ‘deemed consent’) to Na
It is that time of year when you may be thinking you should be preparing your tax return – but preparing your accounts seems a bit daunting so you put it off (again).
Employees can claim ‘tax relief’ for some expenses incurred relating to their job. This article gives some pointers on what you might be able to claim, and how you go about it.
As more people are misled into using unofficial websites that charge for services offered for free by the Government, the Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) is calling for the introduction of a k
As more people are misled into using unofficial websites that charge for services offered for free by official Government websites, LITRG calls for the introduction of a Government kitemark for off
The tax credits renewals deadline has now passed. But all is not lost if you missed the deadline, provided you take action quickly.