2019 news

Published on 11 October 2019

If you are receiving rental income from a property in your home country, you may think that you only have to pay any tax on it in your home county.

Published on 27 September 2019

The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) is concerned that the upcoming tightening of the rules on private residence relief will affect those who move out of their hom

Published on 25 September 2019

Although an independent review of the loan charge is currently underway, you may still need to complete an ‘additional information’ form for HMRC by 11.59pm on 30 Sept

Published on 23 September 2019

HMRC are looking for volunteers on a low income to tell them about their experiences of earning income through an online platform.

Published on 19 September 2019

It has been confirmed that Sir Amyas Morse, the former head of the National Audit Office (NAO), will lead an independent review of the loan charge.

Published on 28 August 2019

The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) is advising taxpayers to check the accuracy of savings income figures shown in their HMRC PAYE Notices of Coding and tax calcu

Published on 23 August 2019

HMRC would like to do some research with you if you have received a Simple Assessment.

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Published on 19 August 2019

Primary and secondary school teachers often spend their own money on things they need to do their job.

Published on 8 August 2019

Universal credit (UC) is often a lifeline for those on a low income but sometimes payments can be reduced or stop unexpectedly, for example where two pay packets are r

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