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While LITRG would never presume to comment on financial matters, nevertheless many financial decisions involve tax in some form and therefore we would wish to see not
LITRG welcomes the opportunity to respond to this discussion paper that outlines a potential framework for new rules to tackle the issues relating to tax relief on tra
Consultation on two sets of Draft Regulations which make provision for: a time limit within which to seek permission to appeal a decision of the Scottish Tribunals and
The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group welcomes the opportunity to provide written evidence to the House of Commons Public Bill Committee regarding the Childcare Bill.
LITRG has recently responded to a Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (‘BIS’) consultation document that seeks views on a range of proposals to improve the
LITRG has responded to a HMT consultation document on reforms to the taxation of non-domiciles.
LITRG has responded to a Department for Business, Innovation & Skills consultation on the freezing of the student loan threshold at £21,000 for Plan 2 loans.
The LITRG has responded to HM Treasury’s call for representations for the Autumn Statement 2015 from the perspective of the low-income unrepresented taxpayer.
Responding to the consultation on the extension of third party data-holder notices, LITRG comments that the proposals set out in the consultation document would potent
LITRG has responded to a joint HMT/HMRC consultation document on simplification of the income tax and National Insurance contributions (NIC) treatment of termination p
LITRG welcome the opportunity to respond to this consultation.
The LITRG response to the Ministry of Justice’s proposals for further Court and Tribunal fees highlights the need to keep the Tribunal system accessible to all taxpaye
LITRG has responded to the HMRC consultation document on the implementation of the Personal Savings Allowance (PSA), which will be introduced and take effect from 6 Ap
The LITRG welcome the opportunity to give evidence to the inquiry into the guidance and advice on offer to people navigating the new pensions system.
LITRG has responded to an HMRC consultation document on draft legislation in respect of their review of employee benefits and expenses.
We are pleased that the Tax Collection and Management (Wales) Bill contains provision for the introduction of a Taxpayers’ Charter.
LITRG has submitted a response to the call for evidence published by the Finance Committee of the Scottish Parliament.
LITRG and CIOT have submitted a response to the paper published by the Public Audit Committee of the Scottish Parliament in response to the UK Government’s Scotland Bi
LITRG has submitted a joint response with the Chartered Institute of Taxation to the call for evidence issued by the Devolution (Further Powers) Committee of the Scott
LITRG has commented on draft technical guidance on Scottish taxpayer status for the Scottish Rate of Income Tax (SRIT) issued by HMRC.
LITRG has responded to a call for evidence issued by the Commission on Local Tax Reform, which has been set up by the Scottish Government to explore alternatives to Co
The LITRG supports the creation of a secondary annuities market in order to create consistencies and maintain equality of treatment between pre- and post-April reform
LITRG has responded to a Department for Business, Innovation & Skills consultation on the new postgraduate loans focussing on how these loans will be collected thr
LITRG fully supports the development and introduction of any tools, across the whole auto enrolment process that will make the system easier to operate for small emplo
The LITRG welcomes the opportunity to discuss the present penalty regime in relation to the unrepresented low-income taxpayer.
The Finance Committee for the National Assembly for Wales invited the LITRG to respond to its inquiry into the collection of devolved taxes.
The CIOT and LITRG have responded jointly to the Finance Committee of the Scottish Parliament on the inquiry into Scotland’s fiscal framework.
LITRG has responded to a UK Government consultation on draft clauses for the Scotland Bill 2015.
LITRG has responded to a HMRC consultation on proposed changes to the closure rules for tax enquiries.
LITRG has responded to a Revenue Scotland consultation on a draft Charter of Standards and Values.
LITRG has responded to a consultation on new regulations introduced to deal with the change in the way that Class 2 National Insurance contributions will be collected.
Our extensive research in 2014 around umbrella arrangements resulted in a much better understanding of how schemes such as ‘Pay Day by Pay Day’ (PDPD) affe
The LITRG have responded to the draft legislation published as part of the Finance Bill 2015 on the enforcement of deduction from accounts (direct recovery of debt).
LITRG has responded to four HMRC consultations on draft legislation in respect of employee benefits and expenses.
LITRG has responded to a consultation about a proposed new format for the Explanatory Notes that are issued with each new Act of Parliament, including those affecting
LITRG has responded to an HMRC consultation on a Technical Note and draft legislation in respect of the Scottish Rate of Income Tax.
LITRG has responded to a Scottish Government consultation on draft subordinate legislation in respect of the Revenue Scotland and Tax Powers Act 2014.
While the LITRG commend the DWP’s attempt to reduce the complexity of the automatic enrolment regime, we query the wisdom of the proposal to provide less informa
LITRG has responded to a Scottish Government consultation on draft Scottish Tax Tribunal Rules (First-tier and Upper Tribunals).
The LITRG respond to the Office of Tax Simplification’s Employment Status Review, highlighting the problems facing low-income workers when it comes to defining their e