The LITRG has welcomed the Government’s intention, set out in the Queen’s Speech yesterday, to offer support to working families.
Campaigners for people on low incomes are giving their backing to pensions legislation announced in today’s Queen’s Speech.
LITRG are very pleased with the outcome of this consultation, that taxpayers should be able to file by telephone when it is not reasonably practicable for them to file
Checking the Pay As You Earn (PAYE) tax code that is applied against your wages could mean you pay less tax as you go along – and will help you identify if you are due
In a response to the Government’s strategy on Childhood Poverty 2014-17, the LITRG points out several ways that the tax and welfare legislation work to make it m
From this week, HMRC are starting to issue tax reconciliations to millions of employed taxpayers and pensioners for 2013/14.
Employees and pensioners have tax taken off them throughout the year via Pay As You Earn (PAYE).
The Government’s new rules to tackle the false self-employment of construction workers and agency ‘temps’ entered into force on 6 April 2014, but wer
At the end of 2013, HMRC introduced a new voice recognition service to their main telephone helplines (Intelligent Telephony Automation (ITA)) to replace the press but
The publication of HMRC’s consultation document on Direct Recovery of Debt does not completely allay the fears expressed by the LITRG when the proposal to recove