LITRG’s response to this consultation focuses on both the entirely unrepresented taxpayer and those agents or intermediaries, of various types, who try to help those w
LITRG welcomes the opportunity to respond to this consultation and HMRC’s efforts to engage with representatives and make amendments to the proposals since the last co
A major hurdle for low-income migrants to the UK is a lack of understanding of the tax rules they will face on arrival, compounded by almost non-existent avenues of ad
Migrants to and from the UK are a mixture of people with varying personal circumstances.
The Scotland Bill proposes a Scottish income tax derived from reducing the UK rates by 10 pence and giving the Scottish Parliament the power to add a fixed amount on t
To make sense of and then to simplify the current system of regulatory penalties is certainly a big challenge.
In our response to the joint DVLA and HMRC consultation ‘Tackling VAT evasions on road vehicles brought into the UK’ we highlight the problems that low income individu
In general, we welcome moves which simplify the tax system.
We are pleased that the HMRC consultation (prompted by LITRG), ‘Incapacitated person – a modern definition’, has stimulated a debate about how disabled people, includi
The LITRG highlights the complexity in claiming passported benefits in this SSAC consultation.