As a consequence of the Morse review, taxpayers with pre 9 December 2010 loans will not have been affected by the recent 30 September 2020 loan charge deadline.
Employers need to address any Job Retention Scheme (JRS) claims on a timely basis and should proceed carefully if they are thinking about trying to recover any amounts
Help-to-Save is a government initiative to help those on lower incomes to save for the future. Regular saving is rewarded with bonuses.
As the Government’s call for evidence on pensions tax relief administration1 closes this week, the Low Incomes Tax Reform G
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has resulted in an unprecedented jobs and income situation.
On 24 September, the government announced that the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) would be extended again.
LITRG is urging those affected by the loan charge not to leave it until the last minute to try and arrange a payment plan.
If you have not yet paid (‘deferred’) your Self Assessment second payment on account for 2019/20, HMRC may automatically allocate payments made after 31 July 2020 agai
The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) is warning people that they have until next Wednesday (30) to meet their loan charge reporting and payment obligations.
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