In its latest report, LITRG shows how inconsistent is the tax and benefits treatment of volunteers’ expenses, and makes recommendations for a simple and coherent
Government tax rules are hindering good government intentions to help vulnerable and disabled people live independently within the community.
This report by Community Links, Low Incomes Tax Reform Group and Child Poverty Action Group follows a technical and qualitative study of the tax, tax credit and social
For too long pensioners on low incomes have been a low priority in the tax world of HMRC.
A comprehensive report by the Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) is calling for HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) to review the VAT reliefs given to disabled people.
LITRG have participated in the consultations about tribunals reform which followed the recent White Paper.
The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) has published a report entitled 'Disability in Tax and Related Benefits: The Case for a Modern and Coherent Approach'
Pilot projects in the South West and West Midlands, April 2001 to March 2002
This report published in January 2001 looks at the problems that students face with the current tax system and recommends a set of measures geared towards treating stu
This Report published in January 2001 which gives an account of the LITRG's activities since the publication of 'The Taxman's Response' in July 1999 an