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Published on 27 February 2017
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The LITRG broadly welcomes the new capital expenditure rules as we consider they will be helpful for low-earners who may struggle to understand the current tax rules w

Published on 24 February 2017
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LITRG have responded to the Commons Select Committee call for evidence on UK tax policy and in particular on their question ‘How big is the threat to the base for inco

Published on 17 February 2017
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LITRG welcomes the opportunity to respond to the green paper on halving the disability employment gap. 

Reducing the money purchase annual allowance – LITRG response
Published on 13 February 2017
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The LITRG strongly urges the government to think about savings for retirement coherently; under the current proposal those who save up in a Lifetime ISA rather than a

Merger of financial advice services ‘a great opportunity'
Published on 2 February 2017
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While the LITRG broadly welcomes simplification of the National Insurance process for the self-employed, we remain deeply concerned that those on the lowest incomes ma

Published on 31 January 2017
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The LITRG welcome the opportunity to comment on the draft Finance Bill clause 2 and Schedule 2.

Published on 27 January 2017
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While this measure introduces a fair and coherent solution to a legislative problem that has caused gross unfairness to some taxpayers, we have some serious concerns o

Published on 27 January 2017
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The LITRG welcomes the opportunity to continue to comment upon the development of the provision of public financial guidance and are pleased many of our earlier sugges

VAT: zero-rating of adapted motor vehicles - LITRG response
Published on 27 January 2017
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This draft Finance Bill clause and schedule proposes restricting the availability of zero-rating for the purchase of an adapted motor vehicle for eligible disabled use

Draft National Insurance Contributions Bill 2017: Termination awards – LITRG response
Published on 27 January 2017
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LITRG welcomes the fact that employees, already in a vulnerable position due to losing their job, will continue not to have an NIC liability on their termination payme

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