This is the final version of the questionnaire submitted by LITRG to the National Audit Office in respect of their examination of the filing of self assessment tax ret
Robin Williamson, Technical Director of the LITRG, shows how overpayments of tax credits can lead to long-term debt through no fault of the claimant, and considers pos
At LITRG’s behest, the Government has reassured voluntary sector advisers that giving routine pro bono tax help to individuals will not bring them within the new
LITRG is pleased to welcome the new official booklet on tax appeals, produced by the Department for Constitutional Affairs (DCA).
LITRG's proposals to promote fair tax treatment for disabled people, particularly employees, were recently debated in Parliament.
It is not every day that LITRG offers a big “very well done” to the Revenue.
LITRG has been trying, through the Finance Bill process, to clarify what happens when foster carers and adult placement carers sell their home.
After years of pressing for change on behalf of low income pensioners with retirement annuities LITRG has received assurances in Parliament from two Government Ministe
LITRG comment on the draft regulations and guidance relating to disclosure of avoidance schemes.
In the article which can be accessed by clicking the link below, Jane Moore summarises what is happening in the area of tax tribunal reform.
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