For two years, HMRC have been consulting on modernising their powers on debt collection, investigations, compliance, and charging penalties and interest.
Millions of people in the UK are at risk of being left behind in a world where technology is constantly moving forward, according to recent reports from the Department
In running the tax system HMRC exercise certain general management powers (‘collection and management’) alongside the strict law.
The Department of Health (DH) proposes to give local authorities the power to extend direct payments to those who lack the capacity to consent to their receipt.
As the tax appeals system is changing from April 2009, new rules and procedures are being devised.
Responding to the Department for Work and Pensions’ (DWP) Green Paper No-one written off: reforming welfare to reward responsibility, LITRG fully supports the Go
Taxpayers who have to submit PAYE, corporation tax or VAT returns will soon be required to file online, making HMRC the first government agency to compel ordinary citi
LITRG has commented on the recent Treasury consultation on relief for travel expenses: temporary workers and overarching contracts.
The tax credit system has attracted heavy criticism since its inception in 2003.
In any new regime of interest and penalties, the key principle is that late payment may lead to an interest charge and late filing may result in a penalty, but in gene