The LITRG has criticised the Government’s planned changes to how and when HMRC notify taxpayers if their PAYE tax code changes.
On 1 July 2014, regulations came into effect that allow alternatives to online VAT filing for people in particular circumstances.
Many tax credits claimants have to renew their claim by 31 July.
The Government’s proposal to allow HMRC to bypass the courts in order to collect tax and tax credit debt it assesses to be due would be contrary to the rule of law and would inflict dispropor
Further to HMRC’s warning about scam emails in the run up to the tax credit renewals deadline, LITRG remind those wanting to renew by phone to make sure they are using the official HMRC phone
The National Audit Office (NAO) has again qualified HMRC’s accounts because of the levels of ‘error and fraud’ in tax credits.
In response to a call for evidence by the Labour party, LITRG has warned that government communications going exclusively digital was opening up a gulf between those with digital access and those w
By 31 July most people who receive tax credits must complete and return their renewal forms, either by post, telephone or, for the first time this year, on-line.
Changes to tax-free ISAs, announced by the chancellor in the Budget, came into effect on 1 July 2014.
On 13 September 2013, the First-tier Tribunal released a ground-breaking judgment which found HMRC had acted illegally in serving notice on three of the appellants to file their VAT returns online.