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Published on 9 April 2020
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The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) has welcomed HMRC’s announcement that the tax authority are setting up an online 'whistle-blower' service for workers

Published on 9 April 2020
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Self-employed people yet to submit their 2018/19 self assessment tax return have until 23 April 2020 or risk missing-out on potential financial support from th

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Published on 9 April 2020
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HMRC are reminding parents of newborns that they are still able to claim child benefit even though they cannot register the child’s birth because the General Register

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Published on 8 April 2020
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Published on 8 April 2020
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When someone has been working on a self-employed basis (i.e.

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Published on 7 April 2020
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One of the pieces of information an employer needs to set you up properly on their payroll system is a National Insurance number (NINO).

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Published on 6 April 2020
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Quite rightly, many people have been finding ways to show thanks to those at the forefront of dealing with the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.

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Published on 3 April 2020
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We regularly receive queries via our website. We do not give advice, but we try to signpost sources of further information and support.

Published on 2 April 2020
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The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) of the Chartered Institute of Taxation has published a new section of its website bringing together all of the Group’s

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Published on 1 April 2020
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It is a chaotic and difficult time and, given the pressure many businesses are under, some may have been expecting the scheduled increases to be delayed.

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