Published on 28 February 2019

The current 6 year delay in the roll out of universal credit (UC), along with numerous system changes and poor communication, has made the situation for claimants and

Salaried workers and salary sacrifice schemes: changing the National Minimum Wage rules
Published on 27 February 2019

Our response largely focuses on the part of the consultation looking at salary sacrifice, given the interactions that exist with a worker’s income tax and National Ins

Review on the taxation of trusts
Published on 26 February 2019

The LITRG are aware that many ordinary people are the beneficiaries of trusts over their lifetime and recommend that the taxation of both trusts and estates in adminis

Working out your tax
Published on 4 February 2019

Our submission highlights that low-income taxpayers need to make amendments to tax returns for various reasons, but at the root of almost all cases is a failure to und

Published on 30 January 2019

The LITRG supports the Government in taking forward its 2017 manifesto commitment to implement a breathing space scheme and statutory debt repayment plan.

Published on 22 January 2019

The LITRG believes the development of a pensions dashboard is essential given the likely increase in people having fragmented pension savings, particularly for those o

Published on 13 December 2018

The LITRG comments on this Treasury Committee call for evidence in relation to the tax and related state benefits issues that might affect vulnerable or low-income tax

Published on 12 December 2018

LITRG has responded to the Office for Tax Simplification’s (OTS) second report on the Business Life Cycle, where we focus on the areas we consider affect small, unrepr

Published on 7 November 2018

LITRG and the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) have jointly responded to HMRC’s technical note and draft legislation on ‘Clarifying the scope of the Welsh rates

Published on 18 October 2018

The LITRG welcomes the opportunity to respond to this inquiry on behalf of low-income and unrepresented taxpayers.


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