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Published on 10 January 2008
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As part of the reform of the tax tribunals scheduled for April 2009, HMRC has proposed an ‘internal review’ procedure to run concurrently with, or as an al

Published on 8 January 2008
reports

This report by Community Links, Low Incomes Tax Reform Group and Child Poverty Action Group follows a technical and qualitative study of the tax, tax credit and social

Published on 4 January 2008
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While many interactions between different benefits and tax credits have positive or coherent policy effects, a substantial number are contradictory, with the granting

Published on 3 January 2008
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As part of the reform of the tax tribunals scheduled for April 2009, HMRC has proposed an ‘internal review’ procedure to run concurrently with, or as an al

Published on 21 December 2007
submissions

The LITRG believes the main objective of this consulation is to establish a robustly independent appeals system which is accessible to all and fairly administered and

Published on 20 December 2007
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The TUC is pressing for an increase in the national minimum wage and also for the adult rate to be adopted from age 18 rather than 22 as now.

Published on 12 December 2007
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LITRG has had enquiries from people over 50 who are receiving carer’s allowance, asking whether they are entitled to the 50 element of working tax credit (WTC) o

Published on 7 December 2007
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'When I use a word, it means just what I choose it to mean - neither more nor less' said Humpty Dumpty.

Published on 5 December 2007
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Our recent survey showing poor performance by banks and HMRC regarding tax over-deducted from bank interest has been followed by HMRC publishing an update of its leafl

Published on 3 December 2007
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It is not uncommon for HMRC to lose letters and claims from their customers.