Oral hearings before a court or a tribunal have been the traditional way of deciding disputes that cannot be resolved any other way.
The discussion paper on Inheritance Tax (IHT) and Pension Simplification sets out how pensions choices will change after 5 April 2006.
The discussion paper describes how pensions choices will change after 5 April 2006.
One of LITRG's most persistent campaigns is about to come to fruition.
The Government envisaged its tax credits system as a flagship reform of the tax and benefits regime.
For income tax self-assessors, 30 September is an important date, but not a deadline as such. For tax credits claimants, it is a deadline not to be missed.
The Government Minister responsible for tax credits has now rejected the Ombudsman's recommendation that all tax credit overpayments that arose through official er
Since April this year it has been possible to defer your state retirement pension, and when you do decide to claim it to take a lump sum in lieu.
Two recent cases on tax and human rights show the limitations of the Human Rights Act, enacted in the UK in 1998.
Recent efforts by the Government to improve the administration of the tax credits system include a 'streamlined procedure' for deciding disputes about whether overpaym