The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) has published new guidance for taxpayers who might be considering using a tax refund company to help them obtain a tax refund.
We have recently been made aware of some cases involving people who have used a tax agent/refund company to claim tax refunds on their behalf, typically through the Se
We broadly welcome that clause 332 introduces a new provision, effective 15 March 2023, which renders void assignments of income tax repayments.
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) are sending letters to businesses that might have misused their till systems, and as a result not paid the correct amount of tax.
The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) has welcomed the announcement1 that repayment agents will be required to register with HMRC – a further step a
The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) welcomes the government’s confirmation today that it intends to address an issue faced by some parents and guardians who have
Even though it is no longer possible to ‘assign’ your tax refund to a third party, do not let your guard down!
Revenue Scotland, the tax authority with responsibility for the administration of Scotland’s devolved taxes, has developed an Enhanced Support policy.
You can use your payslips to check that your pay is correct. But there are also many other reasons to look after your payslips.
A long-awaited pension contribution top-up for low earners may not reach most of those entitled to it, campaigners fear.
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