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The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) is calling on the Government to use the forthcoming Budget and Finance Bill to act on an inconsistency in tax rules which mean
In our Budget 2018 representation, we tell the Government that the type of scheme pension savers are in should not affect the tax relief they receive and put forward a
LITRG has responded to the Government’s consultation on increasing HMRC’s civil information powers.
This call for evidence sets out the issues on which the Director of Labour Market Enforcement would like to receive evidence to inform his Strategy for 2019/20.
LITRG has published a new Tax Guide on the Government’s new Help-to-Save scheme, which gives some tax credits and Universal Credit claimants the opportunity to earn up
Ofcom are looking into call connection services and are proposing stronger regulation for 084 numbers (which often catch HMRC callers out).
The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) is urging people who wish to claim childcare vouchers to act before 4 October 2018.
HMRC are taking action (the April 2019 ‘loan charge’) against certain loan arrangements (‘disguised remuneration’ schemes) that were designed to avoid tax, leaving man
In a case heard on 30 August, the UK Supreme Court has found that in refusing widowed parent’s allowance (WPA) to a survivor of an unmarried couple on the grounds that