Robin Williamson, Technical Director of the Low Incomes Tax Reform Group, considers the recent report of the Public Accounts Committee on tax credits, and calls on the
The vast majority of pension credit recipients do not pay tax.
In this third article on tax credits overpayments, we consider overpayments which arise because the Revenue or another Department has made an error.
The Government wishes to encourage people to give to charity. But its encouragement does not include giving by non-taxpayers.
LITRG response to a proposal to impose a new income tax charge
TaxHelp for Older People (TOP), the free tax advice service for older people on low incomes, was visited by the Moneybox team at one of TOP's regular sessions at Age C
You can file your tax return on-line for free by using the Inland Revenue's on-line gateway.
Big banks badly let down their low income customers. This is the conclusion of a review undertaken by the Low Incomes Tax Reform Group.
Tax credits overpayments cannot be avoided altogether, because they are built into the design of the system – they are part of how the whole process works.
Many people have claimed tax credits, and then been surprised to find that the Revenue has paid them too much and asks for the surplus back.