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HMRC consulted on offering choices to citizens in the way they receive their correspondence and propose fuller digital interaction.
Most taxpayers may never need to refer to the actual legislation because they can normally rely on guidance or a textbook.
The LITRG has expressed concern that the proposals put forward by the Ministry of Justice will reduce court access to those for whom such action is already mostly out
In responding to the Government’s proposals on tax-free childcare, the LITRG have said that any new scheme must operate seamlessly with the childcare element of univer
While the LITRG appreciates that HMRC wishes to reduce the time and costs involved in collecting Class 2 NIC and self assessment liabilities, we are concerned that the
The LITRG does not disagree with data sharing amongst Government departments provided it is of clear benefit to taxpayers and with adequate safeguards.
The LITRG urge the Government to ensure that all possible impacts on low-income, unrepresented employees be fully considered when incentivising employee share ownershi
The LITRG are in favour of tax debt being paid as soon as possible, yet have concerns that in some cases the financial security of low-income workers might be compromi
Whist we welcome action to tackle businesses who avoid paying employer National Insurance, we have concerns that there are many other wider temporary worker issues tha
The LITRG welcomes the opportunity to respond to the Department of Education's consultation on a National Curriculum review.
Whilst appreciating and understanding some of the problems that exist with the current national insurance arrangements for entertainers, the LITRG has highlighted that
The LITRG reiterate the need to offer comprehensive and clear support to individuals, local authorities, care workers and family members involved in making decisions o
Following on from previous submissions, the LITRG wish to draw the Ministry of Justice’s attention to the ever increasing importance of legal aid in ensuring low
The LITRG welcomes HMRC proposals to introduce a better system for those who need enhanced support but are disappointed that the deadline for responses to this consult
The LITRG calls for Revenue Scotland to draw up a taxpayer’s charter that is enshrined in legislation, setting out the rights and obligations of taxpayers and th
While the LITRG welcomes the chance to contribute to tax policy development, we stress the need for thorough consultation periods to prevent the implementation of poor
We welcome the decision to extend the vulnerable/disabled trust regime to trusts for beneficiaries in receipt of the daily living component of personal independence pa
While we generally welcome proposals to make accounting and tax simpler for smaller businesses, we have concerns that the draft legislation makes the new cash basis fa
Following on from previous submissions, LITRG highlights again that the proposed separate employee shareholder status introduces unnecessary complexity into the tax sy
The LITRG expresses concerns about the proposed legislative changes surrounding the treatment of ‘interest’ which is received as part of a one-off payment
The LITRG welcomes the decision to introduce a statutory power allowing HMRC to withdraw a previously issued notice to file a personal, trustee or partnership Self Ass
While supporting HMRC’s aim to encourage compliance with Real Time Information (RTI), LITRG is concerned with the speed at which penalties for late filing, late paymen
Commenting on draft legislation on a statutory residence test, reforms to ordinary residence and overseas workday relief, the LITRG welcome the aim of simplification,
Commenting on proposed legislative changes to PAYE and RTI, we welcome the continuation of the simplified PAYE scheme for care and support employers until April 2014.
The European Commission is seeking opinions on how member states apply reduced rates of VAT, and LITRG have responded stressing the important role played by reduced ra