The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) is pleased to have the opportunity to make a Budget Representation 2021 in relation to the loan charge.
While LITRG is not a disability organisation, some of the green paper is given over to discussing work and we think the tax and related benefits system is capable of i
In our 2021 Autumn Budget representation, we repeat our calls for the government to raise the £50,000 threshold for the high income child benefit charge (HICBC) to at
LITRG welcomes the opportunity to make a submission to the Scottish Government’s dialogue on a Minimum Income Guarantee (MIG).
LITRG fully supports HMRC’s efforts to take strong action against the promoters of tax avoidance schemes.
LITRG are pleased to respond to HMRC’s recent basis period reform consultation.
LITRG welcomes the opportunity to respond to the call for views published by the Finance and Public Administration Committee of the Scottish Parliament.
LITRG welcomes the opportunity to respond to the call for views on the Carer’s Allowance Supplement (Scotland) Bill published by the Social Justice and Social
LITRG welcomes the opportunity to respond to the DWP’s consultation on giving individuals a stronger nudge towards getting guidance when taking pension decisions.
LITRG welcome the opportunity to respond to the Timely Payment call for evidence.
LITRG welcome the opportunity to respond to HMRC’s Tax Administration Framework review call for evidence.
LITRG submitted evidence to the Work and Pensions Committee review ‘Protecting pension savers: five years on from the Pension Freedoms: Accessing pension savings’.
Together, the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT), its Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) and the Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) have responded to this
LITRG welcomes the introduction of simplified pension statements.
LITRG has responded to HMRC’s consultation on extending the principle of tax conditionality, where the renewal of certain public sector licenses is conditional on demo
We have responded to the Low Pay Commission (LPC) consultation 2021 – specifically the bit looking at the live-in domestic worker exemption.
As an initiative of the CIOT, LITRG endorses the comments made in the CIOT’s response to this consultation.
LITRG has responded to HMRC’s twin discussion documents on Helping taxpayers get offshore right and Preventing and collecting international tax debt, focussing on how
LITRG has responded to the Financial Conduct Authority’s consultation in giving people a stronger nudge towards getting guidance on their pension choices.
We have responded to HMRC’s consultation on clamping down on the promoters of tax avoidance, focussing on their proposals to support taxpayers to steer clear of tax av
Following the March 2021 Budget, the Finance Bill (Finance Bill (No.2) Bill 2021) was introduced into Parliament.
The normal minimum pension age is the earliest point at which most people can access their pensions without incurring an unauthorised payment tax charge.
LITRG has responded to the Office of Tax Simplification’s call for evidence into making tax easier through smarter use of third party data.
In the next step along the ‘Making Tax Digital’ path, HMRC are considering what Making Tax Digital for Corporation Tax should look like in their consultation document
Further to its inquiry into the Finance Bill 2021, the House of Lords Finance Bill Sub-Committee held a short follow-up inquiry into the loan charge to gathe
In our 2021 Budget representation, we repeat our calls for the government to raise the £50,000 threshold for the high income child benefit charge (HICBC) to at least £
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