The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) is urging low-paid workers affected by the 2019 Loan Charge to consider contacting HMRC to settle, after statistics from the tax authority suggests a worryi
2018 has proved to be another successful year for the Low Incomes Tax Reform Group, with 4.8 million visitors through our four websites (and universal credit tool) and a record number of LITRG refe
If you want to submit your tax return online, did you know that in addition to being registered for Self Assessment, you may need to set up an online Self Assessment account with HMRC as a separate
The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) is urging low-paid workers affected by the 2019 loan charge to consider contacting HMRC about the option to settle – before they lose the chance.
The loan charge date of 5 April 2019 is drawing ever closer. If you reach a ‘settlement’ with HMRC before this date, then the loan charge will not apply.
Care workers can face some real challenges when it comes to understanding their minimum wage, tax and tax credit positions, as these can be very complex due to the nature of care work and the trave
With just over 100 days to go before it becomes compulsory for most VAT registered businesses to keep digital records and file their VAT returns via software, the Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITR
LITRG are reminding people who have earned a small amount of income through self-employment, casual work, the sharing economy or from any property they own (such as renting out a driveway), that th
With the introduction of ‘auto enrolment’, more and more people are saving towards a pension.
You may have recently seen a picture circulating on social media that claims to be of a fake HMRC letter.