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worker-status-Uber-judgment
Published on 31 May 2018
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The LPC are consulting on the recommendation made in ‘Good work: the Taylor review of modern working practices’ that they should consider the potential impact of a hig

Published on 31 May 2018
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LITRG welcomes the opportunity to respond to this consultation on employment status and, in particular, is pleased that the consultation considers employment rights an

Help to Save ©istock/robynmac
Published on 24 May 2018
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The LITRG believes that the government must continue to allow the use of cash as a choice and make sure that cash does not become a more expensive alternative to using

Published on 16 May 2018
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We welcome the opportunity to put forward our views on the part of this Government 'good work' consultation concerned with the state enforcement of holiday pay and sic

Published on 11 May 2018
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LITRG has raised serious concerns to the government over its plans to extend the time limits for raising an assessment of tax on offshore investments.

Contacting HMRC? New extended opening times
Published on 8 May 2018
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In this, the first of the Government’s ‘good work’ consultation responses, we put forward our views on how to increase the transparency of contractual arrangements for

tribunals-scotland-social-security-LITRG-submission
Published on 10 April 2018
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The consultation deals with six sets of regulations, designed to create a new chamber of the First-tier Tribunal for Scotland – the Social Security Chamber – and make

Published on 2 March 2018
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The proposed regulations do not take account of the current ways in which shared lives carers are paid and would involve extensive record keeping and reporting fo

public-sector-licensing-hidden-economy-submission
Published on 2 March 2018
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The LITRG raises concerns about how tax registration checks would fall short of eliminating hidden economy activity as, for example, the proposals will not affect thos

Making-tax-digital-interest-harmonisation-sanctions-late-payment
Published on 28 February 2018
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LITRG welcomes the fact that the proposed model for late payment sanctions will maintain reasonable excuse provisions, and that late payment penalties will not include