The Employment Appeals Tribunal have recently found some Uber drivers were ‘workers’ rather than ‘self-employed’ for employment law purposes.
On 1 November 2017, HMRC introduced the Social Care Compliance Scheme, aimed at employers in the social care sector (including individual employers who have taken on t
Taxpayers who were planning to use a personal credit card to pay their 2016/17 tax bill (due by 31 January 2018) will need to pay HMRC early or put alternative payment
The LITRG submitted two papers as part of the Making Tax Digital reforms affecting businesses consultation – one regarding the Income Tax (Digital Requirements) Regula
It is the time of year when many taxpayers in self-assessment start thinking about submitting their tax returns to HMRC.
The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) has welcomed today’s announcement by the Government that there will be a one year delay before the removal of Class 2 National
Those considering their options under the new pension freedoms have a very wide range of largely unpredictable factors to take into consideration before making a major
The LITRG was pleased to provide comments to the Work and Pensions committee inquiry into pensions freedom.
A new report published today by the Low Incomes Tax Reform Gr
In this report, we summarise the main shortcomings of the current universal credit system in respect of the self-employed and propose what we believe to be a workable