This is a second consultation document published on 30 March 2006 and follows our previous release of 14 June 2005, which was issued in the first round of this consult
This further submission to the Select Committee’s inquiry into reform of incapacity benefits and Pathways to Work welcomes the overall intention of the welfare r
The Low Incomes Tax reform group welcomes an opportunity of contributing to the debate into local government funding and we have now made two representations to the In
LITRG submitted Supplementary Evidence on the possible options for reforms of childcare element in Working Tax Credit in January 2006
The influential Treasury Sub-Committee of the House of Commons has started an inquiry into the way in which HM Revenue and Customs has administered the tax credits sys
Comments on the paper prepared by the Department for Constitutional Affairs for the Tax Appeals Stakeholder Group and dated 6 October 2005
In our evidence to the Work and Pensions Committee of MPs on the proposed reform of incapacity benefit, LITRG calls for a comprehensive integrated approach involving t
Oral hearings before a court or a tribunal has been the traditional way of deciding disputes that cannot be resolved any other way.
The discussion paper describes how pensions choices will change after 5 April 2006.
The new department of Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs owes a special responsibility to those who rely wholly or mainly upon the department for advice and explana