Treasury-sub-commitee-dispute-resolution-tax-enquiries
Published on 13 June 2018
submissions

The LITRG raises concerns about the number of dispute cases reaching the Tribunal which ought never to have been escalated in the first place.

Published on 12 June 2018
submissions

As part of the Treasury Committee’s inquiry into VAT and Brexit, LITRG has urged the Government to reconsider its previous recommendations for VAT reform for disabled

Published on 12 June 2018
submissions

As there are so many fundamental changes on the horizon for small businesses to get to grips with in the next few years, such as Brexit and HMRC’s Making Tax Digital p

Press Release: Flaws in the Government’s strategy to tighten pension rules
Published on 12 June 2018
submissions

The LITRG believes that in order to increase trust in pensions and consequently take-up, there must be clarity and reassurance that contributions and investments are i

LITRG welcome one-year deferral of mandatory digital reporting for small businesses
Published on 8 June 2018
submissions

LITRG have responded to the HMRC/HMT consultation looking at online platforms’ role in ensuring tax compliance by their users.

Published on 5 June 2018
news

The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) has highlighted that some people on zero hours contracts will not see the full benefit of any premium added to the National Mi

Published on 1 June 2018
news

While encouraging taxpayers with small amounts of trading or property income to consider making use of two new allowances, the Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG

worker-status-Uber-judgment
Published on 31 May 2018
submissions

The LPC are consulting on the recommendation made in ‘Good work: the Taylor review of modern working practices’ that they should consider the potential impact of a hig

Published on 31 May 2018
submissions

LITRG welcomes the opportunity to respond to this consultation on employment status and, in particular, is pleased that the consultation considers employment rights an

Help to Save ©istock/robynmac
Published on 24 May 2018
submissions

The LITRG believes that the government must continue to allow the use of cash as a choice and make sure that cash does not become a more expensive alternative to using