This further submission to the Select Committee’s inquiry into reform of incapacity benefits and Pathways to Work welcomes the overall intention of the welfare r
A generous Budget for the low-paid with children but no let-up in complexity says the Low Incomes Tax Reform Group
Very often it is the things which are not said during a Budget speech which give the greatest cause for concern.
The Low Incomes Tax reform group welcomes an opportunity of contributing to the debate into local government funding and we have now made two representations to the In
Two years ago Government Ministers undertook to take steps to try and ensure that pensioners who were overpaying tax would be helped by the tax authorities.
LITRG submitted Supplementary Evidence on the possible options for reforms of childcare element in Working Tax Credit in January 2006
The influential Treasury Sub-Committee of the House of Commons has started an inquiry into the way in which HM Revenue and Customs has administered the tax credits sys
During February, HMRC plans to write to or telephone selected tax credit claimants to encourage them to report in-year increases in income and other changes in circums
But is it an improvement?
LITRG has strongly criticised HMRC's practice on collecting tax credit overpayments that are due to official error.