The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) is concerned to learn of several issues, including some originating from HMRC, that meant people who were trying to agree loan
The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) of the Chartered Institute of Taxation has backed a call to make the new self-isolation support payments free of income tax an
LITRG responded to an inquiry published by the Social Security Committee of the Scottish Parliament.
As a consequence of the Morse review, taxpayers with pre 9 December 2010 loans will not have been affected by the recent 30 September 2020 loan charge deadline.
Employers need to address any Job Retention Scheme (JRS) claims on a timely basis and should proceed carefully if they are thinking about trying to recover any amounts
Help-to-Save is a government initiative to help those on lower incomes to save for the future. Regular saving is rewarded with bonuses.
As the Government’s call for evidence on pensions tax relief administration1 closes this week, the Low Incomes Tax Reform G
LITRG’s response to this call for evidence details how we think the Government could fulfil its promise that employees enrolled into workplace pensions under automatic
LITRG has submitted a response to this Scottish Government consultation.
LITRG and CIOT submitted a joint response to this inquiry published by the Finance Committee of the Senedd Cymru.
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