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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

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

Published on 2 June 2004
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A Parliamentary debate will take place on proposals put forward by LITRG in our report on Tax and Disabilities.

Published on 2 June 2004
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Robin Williamson, Technical Director of the Low Incomes Tax Reform Group, considers the recent report of the Public Accounts Committee on tax credits, and calls on the Revenue to be more open and informative about compensation for people who lost out through errors and delays in the first few months of the new system.

Published on 25 May 2004
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The vast majority of pension credit recipients do not pay tax. The levels for pension credit have been set to reflect the higher age tax allowances that are available for those who are 65 and over.

Published on 10 May 2004
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In this third article on tax credits overpayments, we consider overpayments which arise because the Revenue or another Department has made an error. In some cases the Revenue will agree not to recover the overpayment: we consider when, and what arguments can be deployed in the claimant’s favour.