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Published on 10 October 2017
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The LITRG has recently responded to the Director of Labour Market Enforcement’s consultation document on his 2018/19 strategy, welcoming the Director's arriv

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Published on 19 September 2017
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The LITRG welcomes the opportunity to discuss the eligibility criteria for help with health costs following the introduction of universal credit in Northern Ireland.

Published on 20 July 2017
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The LITRG welcomes the opportunity to contribute to the Financial Conduct Authority's (FCA) consultation on pension transfer adivce as we are concerned that a future m

Published on 11 July 2017
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We welcome the opportunity to respond to the call for evidence on the taxation of employee expenses.

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Published on 9 June 2017
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The LITRG welcomes the opportunity to comment further on penalties reform and urge HMRC to communicate the changes to late filing penalties clearly to taxpayers, which

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Published on 5 June 2017
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We welcome the opportunity to comment on the proposed net earnings threshold that will give Universal Credit claimants access to free school meals and uniform grants i

Independent review of employment practices in the modern economy
Published on 18 May 2017
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LITRG has been hugely concerned about the impact that ‘non-standard work’ such as agency work, zero-hours contracts and self-employment has on the low-paid for some ti

Published on 27 April 2017
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The LITRG comments on, and offers further exceptions to, the measure that proposes to restrict purchases of zero-rated adapted vehicles to one per eligible person ever

Published on 27 April 2017
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The LITRG expresses concern about the new sweeping powers given to HMRC to make regulations amending and altering swathes of this primary legislation as it does not se

Published on 27 April 2017
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The early clauses of the Bill re-impose income tax for the new tax year and specify the rates at which it is to be charged.