If you have not filed your online self-assessment tax return for the year ended 5 April 2016 then you must do so before the end of the month or risk being charged a da
From 10 April 2017, the earnings threshold for Carer’s Allowance will be increased from £110 to £116 per week.
The Government must give better and fuller guidance to tax credit and other benefit claimants about the circumstances in which they may still claim the child element o
The LITRG welcomes the new property and trading income allowances due to come into effect tomorrow (April 6) but is concerned that people may not find out about or cle
On 1 April, National Minimum Wage rates changed; and on 6 April, the new tax year starts.
Campaigners have set out an agenda for making the tax system fairer and easier to use for taxpayers on low incomes.
The LITRG is urging self-employed workers with very low profits to check their National Insurance record and make up any deficiencies before voluntary contributions be
You have until 5 April 2017 to claim a tax refund for the 2012/13 tax year – if you miss it then your money will be lost to the government!
The Government’s proposed remedy to the disproportionate tax bills that can arise from part surrenders or assignments of life policies is welcome but does not go far e
The LITRG is concerned that questions remain about the imminent reduction in the money purchase annual allowance (MPAA) after confirmation in the Budget that it will g