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Published on 11 January 2018
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The LITRG do not believe that the proposals in this consultation meet the 'fair, consistent and simple to deliver' criteria that are aimed for and in fact, if the prop

Published on 5 January 2018
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The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) is urging people with outstanding tax liabilities to take steps urgently to avoid penalties for late payment.

LITRG-2017-Top-5-news
Published on 4 January 2018
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2017 has proved to be a successful year for the Low Incomes Tax Reform Group, with over four million visitors through our websites and three recommendations of ours in

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Published on 4 January 2018
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The LITRG welcomes this clause, which corrects an injustice by enabling bereaved people to benefit from the transferable marriage allowance after the death of the

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Published on 22 December 2017
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If you earned some extra cash in the period 6 April 2016 to 5 April 2017, for example by offering rides, making deliveries or selling items online, there are some impo

Employment-support-for-carers-inquiry
Published on 22 December 2017
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We welcome the opportunity to input into the Work and Pensions Committee inquiry on

Published on 15 December 2017
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The CIOT, ATT and LITRG have submitted a paper to the Welsh Revenue Authority (WRA) on attributes of good guidance in order to aid the development of tax guidance and

Published on 11 December 2017
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The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) broadly welcomes the Government’s ambition to see more disabled people in work, but is hugely disappointed that it has not tak

HMRC-money-overseas
Published on 11 December 2017
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You may have recently received a letter saying that HMRC’s information indicates you currently have or previously had offshore income or gains and if you have addition

Published on 6 December 2017
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HMRC are going to use information provided direct to them by your bank and building society about interest you receive to collect any tax due on that income.