Campaigners for the low paid have welcomed the announcement of the abolition of Class 2 National Insurance contributions (NIC) in today’s Budget, while warning t
The Chancellor has announced today in the Budget that having gone up to £10,600 in the tax year beginning 6 April 2015, the personal allowance will rise again to
The LITRG has cautiously welcomed the announcement that from 6 April 2016, pensioners with annuities will be able to review their pension arrangements by having the op
Digital tax accounts can make complying with tax obligations easier but filling in a paper return must always be an option, say campaigners for those on low incomes.
The Government has decided to go ahead with plans to restrict the availability of travel expense relief to those working under overarching contracts of employment or &
HMRC have recently advised that the 2015/16 version of their free payroll software ‘Basic Payroll Tools’ will need to be downloaded again by most users rather than upd
Penalties now apply to small businesses for late filing of PAYE submissions under the new Real Time Information (RTI) system.
LITRG has welcomed Revenue Scotland’s draft Charter of Standards and Values (Charter) in the group’s recent consultation response to the new Scottish tax a
Hundreds of thousands of couples could miss out on a new tax break for married couples – because it is only being made available to those who apply for it online
Many people lose out because they do not know they can get certain goods and services cheaper if they are 60 or over or have a disability.