LITRG welcomes the opportunity to contribute to the consultation of the Ministry of Justice on the reform of legal aid.
In common with other government departments, HM Revenue and Customs are charged with achieving greater transparency in order to deliver better value for money and enab
The net has gradually been closing on employers who deduct PAYE and NICs from employees’ wages but fail to pay it over to HMRC.
Enabling people with disabilities to live independently and decide on their own care and support structure is an important government policy.
LITRG responded to the consultation on HMRC’s data-gathering powers published as part of the Modernising Powers, Deterrents and Safeguards series.
When the proposals to reduce the lifetime allowance (‘LTA’) were first announced, we were concerned at the potential impact on those on low-incomes arising from a meas
The Office of Tax Simplification (OTS) was created in the summer of 2010. One of its initial projects has been reviewing tax reliefs and exemptions.
Do you know all (or any) of the circumstances under which you can get a credit towards state benefits without paying a national insurance contribution?
The benefits system is to undergo its biggest overhaul for a generation with the replacement of many existing tax credits and benefits with one Universal Credit.
The Government recently consulted on proposals which will prevent employers, except perhaps in exceptional circumstances, from forcing employees to retire at age 65.