We welcome this opportunity to provide further evidence to the Work and Pensions Committee on universal credit with a specific focus on how self-employed claimants wil
The LITRG believe that this consultation lacks sufficient detail about how the net annual income threshold will work in practice against a monthly-assessed benefit.
LITRG has recently responded to the call for evidence from HM Treasury in connection with their 2017 manifesto commitment to implement a ‘breathing space’ scheme for t
In the lead up to the 31 January 2018 self-assessment tax return deadline, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) are providing a variety of digital products to support taxpaye
While the 31 January 2018 deadline for submitting your 2016/17 tax return and paying your tax bill is well known, the experience of the Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (L
Anthony Thomas was awarded the Council Award by the CIOT President, John Preston, for his outstanding contribution to the field of taxation.
The LITRG do not believe that the proposals in this consultation meet the 'fair, consistent and simple to deliver' criteria that are aimed for and in fact, if the prop
The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) is urging people with outstanding tax liabilities to take steps urgently to avoid penalties for late payment.
2017 has proved to be a successful year for the Low Incomes Tax Reform Group, with over four million visitors through our websites and three recommendations of ours in
The LITRG welcomes this clause, which corrects an injustice by enabling bereaved people to benefit from the transferable marriage allowance after the death of the