Leading pensions and tax experts are calling on the Government to act quickly to deliver its manifesto promise1 to fix an unfair tax flaw.
Family members who look after a relative’s children to allow them to go out to work may be able to increase their future state pension by claiming Specified Adult Chil
New rules (known as ‘off payroll working’ rules) are due to be introduced in April 2020, which could significantly impact any tax savings that you, and other parties i
LITRG is calling on the new Government to address the problems with the high income child benefit charge (HICBC).
HMRC have launched an online forum where individuals, businesses and employers can post questions on a range of tax topics for HMRC to answer. This addi
The normal deadline for sending in paper Self Assessment tax returns for the year to 5 April 2019 (the 2018/19 tax year) was 31 October 2019.
If your partner is affected by the High Income Child Benefit Charge (HICBC), there are some traps which you need to be aware of.
A team of researchers is carrying out research into public awareness about Scottish income tax and requests volunteers to take part in a focus group.*
LITRG is calling on HMRC to consider using their powers to remove the requirement that those in the loan charge settlement process – who have not settled by 31 January
Recent research suggests that up to 4% of students are self-employed, usually by selling ite
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