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Published on 21 July 2004
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LITRG's proposals to promote fair tax treatment for disabled people, particularly employees, were recently debated in Parliament. The Government's response, though courteous and constructive in tone, was not wholly encouraging.

Published on 21 July 2004
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It is not every day that LITRG offers a big “very well done” to the Revenue. But for their initiative in helping to track down low-income pensioners who have overpaid tax it is nothing less than they deserve.

Published on 16 July 2004
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LITRG has been trying, through the Finance Bill process, to clarify what happens when foster carers and adult placement carers sell their home. Do they have to pay tax on some of their profit, on the basis that their caring activities constitute a ‘business’ for tax purposes?

Published on 14 July 2004
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After years of pressing for change on behalf of low income pensioners with retirement annuities LITRG has received assurances in Parliament from two Government Ministers that they accept that more should be done.

Published on 7 July 2004
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LITRG comment on the draft regulations and guidance relating to disclosure of avoidance schemes.

Published on 15 June 2004
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In the article which can be accessed by clicking the link below, Jane Moore summarises what is happening in the area of tax tribunal reform. This article was originally published in Tax Journal and it is reprinted here with the publisher's kind permission.

Published on 10 June 2004
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LITRG response to the Tax Law Rewrite team.

Published on 10 June 2004
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LITRG response to the Tax Law Rewrite team.

Published on 7 June 2004
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LITRG is advising all self-assessment taxpayers always to tick Box 19 on the self-assessment return, to ensure that they receive any repayment of tax that is due to them.

Published on 2 June 2004
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LITRG response to the DCA Consultation Paper on Statutory Appeals & Statutory Review