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HMRC’s consultation on reforming the taxation of trusts for vulnerable beneficiaries is a prime opportunity for such trusts to be tailored to the needs of the be
Over the last few weeks, the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills has been consulting on proposals to create a new employment status called ‘employee owner’.
The House of Lords Committee on Public Service and Demographic Change issued a call for evidence this summer inviting views on how population changes, particularly an
The LITRG has responded to the call for evidence on the withdrawal of extra statutory concessions.
We welcome the opportunity to respond to the Welsh Government’s consultation on changes to the Blue Badge scheme following the introduction of Personal Independent Pay
LITRG welcomes the new programme of work the Government is developing to improve information available to HMRC and their customers about tax avoidance schemes and the
LITRG has expressed a number of concerns in response to the Department for Work and Pensions' consultation on 'The future of the Independent Living Fund'.
The Government is looking to develop a series of Simple Financial Products. LITRG has stressed that it is important to consider tax rules in their design.
We welcome the opportunity to respond to the Department for Transport consultation on the Personal Independent Payment (PIP) and Blue Badges.
We welcome the opportunity to respond to the consultation document 'Extra-statutory Concession A19 review'.
We welcome the opportunity to comment further on residence reform.
LITRG welcomes the opportunity to respond to the consultation document 'Securing compliance with Real Time Information - late filing and late payment penalties'.
In commenting on the Department for Work and Pensions’ draft regulations on universal credit, LITRG have warned that many aspects of these regulations require much fur
LITRG is supporting the proposal that HMRC should have a statutory power to withdraw a notice to file a self-assessment return.
The LITRG wish to draw the Committee's attention to five aspects of the implementation of Universal Credit: the accumulation and transition of tax credit debt; the sit
This HMRC consultation appears to assume that ‘interest’ elements of all compensation awards for mis-sold financial products should be taxable.
LITRG welcomes the opportunity to respond to the consultation to make accounting easier for small businesses (individuals or partnerships whose partners are individual
In our submission to the Ministry of Justice, supported by the Chartered Institute of Taxation and TaxAid, we focus on the use of bailiffs by HMRC, and ask whether the
This consultation sets out how DWP (as well as HMRC and CMEC) plan to implement Section 102 Welfare Reform Act which allows them to introduce a mandatory reconsiderati
This consultation runs alongside the DWP consultation on mandatory consideration before appeal and is seeking views on amendments to Tribunal Procedure Rules.
We refer to the recently-published HMRC Tax Information & Impact Note on RTI.Whilst we welcome acknowledgement of the problems for employers in rural locations wit
LITRG welcomes the opportunity to comment on this DWP consultation on dealing with small pension pots.
The Government has consulted on a number of benefits issues over the last 18 months, claiming to be reviewing the welfare system and adjusting its design for the 21st
LITRG has welcomed a recent HMRC consultation on modernising personal tax and the ideas it contains for creating a more transparent system.
LITRG welcomes the proposed repeal of the definition of ‘incapacitated persons’ within the Taxes Acts and the operative provisions which rely upon it.
LITRG welcomes draft regulations which, from 6 April 2012, will allow small personal pension pots of up to £2,000 in value to be cashed in as a lump sum, subject
We still have significant concerns about the impacts of the next stage of PAYE reform particularly for small and very small employers and vulnerable groups such as car
We still have significant concerns about the impacts of Real Time Information (RTI) for both employers and individuals.