It is six years since LITRG first made a range of suggestions as to how the Inland Revenue could improve its complaints handling.
The nascent HMRC, the merger between the Inland Revenue and Customs & Excise, is in the midst of a major consultation exercise on its future Mission.
UK taxpayers who are also tax credit claimants can claim gift aid relief and may thereby increase their tax credit entitlement.
When the Revenue make an error and overpay tax credits, this debt can be written off if it is reasonable for the individual to have thought that their award was correc
Although much is being made in the press and media of the advantage of gift aid relief when giving to charities such as those helping the victims of the tsunami, many
Following the tsunami disaster on Boxing Day, many people living in the UK will be making previously unplanned visits to relatives overseas.
In his pre-budget report today the Chancellor made no significant short-term changes for those on low incomes.
Robin Williamson, Technical Director of the Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG), considers why the Comptroller and Auditor General has qualified the Board’s acc
An obscure tax measure to be introduced next April could impose an annual tax charge on people living in their own homes who have done no more than make ordinary finan
The Revenue have announced today the start of another Taxback campaign to try and reach, by a series of publicity initiatives, the millions of low-income families who