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Published on 7 March 2019
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The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) is warning employers and affected employees that postgraduate loan repayments will start from next month (April).

Published on 28 February 2019
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The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) is warning VAT registered individuals and businesses they have little time to apply for an exemption from the new digital VAT requirements which begins for

Published on 28 February 2019
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The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) welcomes the launch of DBEIS’ campaign to raise awareness of holiday pay, and reduce the number of underpaid workers.

Published on 28 February 2019
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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
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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
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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

Penalties for late filing tax returns
Published on 26 February 2019
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If you have not filed your tax return for 2017/18 by now, it is likely to be late. The deadline for filing it online was 31 January 2019.

Published on 25 February 2019
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The recent universal credit High Court decision that DWP’s method of assessing earned income under universal credit is unlawful, is an important one.

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Published on 21 February 2019
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LITRG has published new guidance on the UK taxation of overseas pensions, which includes how to work out whether or not an overseas pension is taxable in the UK and whether or not it is reportable

Loan Charge Decision Day
Published on 15 February 2019
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HMRC recently announced that anyone with income under £30,000 coming forward to settle outstanding liabilities will now be offered up to seven years to pay, no questions asked.