Recent figures suggest that those who are claiming compensation for errors or delays in handling their tax credit claims are receiving much less than they are entitled to.
The approach of the Revenue departments to their disabled customers has not kept pace with advances in the law on disability, the Low Incomes Tax Reform Group has found.
Response by LITRG to Technical Paper issued by the Inland Revenue in April 2003
The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group's (LITRG) comments on HM Treasury’s and the Inland Revenue’s consultation document ‘Simplifying the taxation of pensions: increasing choice an
Memorandum submitted by the Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) of the Chartered Institute of Taxation to the Sub-committee's deliberations on Self-assessment.
Report of the Review of Tribunals
The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) have published a report - 'Disability in Tax and Related Benefits: The Case for a Modern and Coherent Approach' .
A simple measure, which would have prevented many low-income pensioners from overpaying tax unnecessarily on their pensions, has been postponed by Gordon Brown in order to save costs for the life i
LITRG's response to the Inland Revenue's July 2001 consultative document 'New Tax Credits: Supporting families, making work pay and tackling poverty' - 12 October 2001.
HMRC’s latest revision of their Code of Practice (COP) on complaints fails to address the needs of the unrepresented taxpayer or tax credit claimant says LITRG.