The LITRG has published a paper ‘A better deal for the low-income taxpayer'.
This report outlines the challenges that the tax and benefits systems present to care workers – many of whom are already grappling with practices such as non-paym
The Chartered Institute of Taxation's (CIOT) Fellowship thesis by Kelly Sizer on the problems facing those on low-incomes when trying to navigate savings tax issues an
In this report, we summarise the main shortcomings of the current universal credit system in respect of the self-employed and propose what we believe to be a workable
The LITRG has published an agenda for making the tax system fairer and easier to use for taxpayers on low incomes.
In this report, we consider and use a range of complementary and supporting evidence, including face-to-face, telephone and online research, to comment on whether gove
The LITRG has called for greater clarity around how couples are dealt with in the tax and tax credits systems.
The LITRG has published a manifesto setting out the agenda the Group would like the next government to pursue for taxpayers on low incomes.
In view of financial pressures on low-paid agency workers, it is unsurprising that they are drawn to ‘umbrella’ arrangements which give them some tax relief on their t
This report specifically highlights areas in which the tax profession, HMRC, the OTS and others, need to work together to ease the tax repayment system for the low-inc
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