Comments of the Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) on the White Paper Cm6243 by the Department for Constitutional Affairs
There are over a million trustees of charities in the United Kingdom and many have one thing in common.
Jane Moore of the Low Incomes Tax Reform Group considers the recent White Paper on tribunals reform.
This article has now been updated - you can find our latest comments in our article entitled "Praise to the Revenue for listening".
Following the Finance Bill debates, LITRG now has an assurance that foster carers will not face any potential capital gains tax liability when they sell their home.
An increasing part of our role is dealing with specialist queries from people on low incomes who come into contact with the tax system in various ways, and from their
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).