During questioning by MPs on the House of Commons Treasury Sub-Committee, the Paymaster General (the minister responsible for tax credits) announced that, subject to f
In this information article we have outlined the basic changes in tax, tax credit and benefits which will take place when the provisions of the Civil Partnership Act 2
Eighteen months ago we were critical of the Inland Revenue for not publishing their service standards when their codes of practice committed them to do so.
It is one part of HMRC's long-term strategy to direct its customers primarily to the telephone for help or guidance.
According to a recent report in the Guardian (Thursday 6 October), more than one million families have not renewed their tax credits claim by the deadline of 30 Septem
In giving evidence to a team reviewing HMRC's on-line services, LITRG has said that the Department must not lose sight of the interests of those who cannot cope wi
A year ago we pointed out in our article on this website Revenue incapable on incapacity benefit how their information and service for those claiming this benefit was
Every day more and more people are starting up their own businesses.
Oral hearings before a court or a tribunal has been the traditional way of deciding disputes that cannot be resolved any other way.
Oral hearings before a court or a tribunal have been the traditional way of deciding disputes that cannot be resolved any other way.