The treatment of cash tips for things like tax and tax credits can be fraught with pitfalls for the unwary.
HMRC’s complaints handling continues to improve, with the number of complaints about HMRC upheld by the Adjudicator falling for the third year in a row.
The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) is reminding people who received tax credits during 2016/17, and who have received renewal forms from HMRC, to act by July 31
It is often beneficial for a child benefit claimant to continue claiming in order to secure National Insurance credits, even if this means that the claimant or their p
If you are already in the self-assessment tax system (i.e.
From the end of June, HMRC have slightly changed the way they collect underpayments of tax from employees through PAYE (Pay As You Earn).
Many people can claim expenses against their tax simply because they do a particular job. And you can make a claim for this yourself – it’s easy when you know how!
The LITRG is hopeful that the benefits of digitalising the tax system will be better secured as a result of today’s announcement that compulsory digital record keeping
A combination of recommendations in the Taylor Review could see many more gig economy workers treated as employees for tax purposes and their engagers liable for emplo
LITRG are aware that HMRC have issued late filing penalties to taxpayers who have been given a duplicate unique tax reference (UTR) in error – this means that you may