The Chancellor’s failure to address an anomaly in tax rules which means that more than a million people on low incomes are losing out on tax relief on their pension co
The Chancellor’s Budget 2018 was fairly light on major tax announcements.
Campaigners are concerned that anti-avoidance changes announced in today’s Budget could leave low-paid workers in the lurch.
In today’s Budget, the Chancellor announced a package of changes to Universal Credit (UC) following growing concerns that the system is leaving people in hardship and
Commenting on the increase in the personal allowance from £11,850 to £12,500 from 6 April 2019, Victoria Todd, Head of LITRG team, said:
The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) is urging taxpayers in self-assessment not to freak out if they miss the 2017/18 paper tax return deadline on Wednesday – whic
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The LITRG welcomes the opportunity to respond to this inquiry on behalf of low-income and unrepresented taxpayers.
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) are encouraging employees, who have to spend their own money on things to do their job, to claim tax relief.
The loan charge date of 5th April 2019 is drawing ever closer.