The LITRG is calling for a change to planned regulations to prevent carers being disadvantaged in the tax system when supporting adults who self fund their care.
The proposed regulations do not take account of the current ways in which shared lives carers are paid and would involve extensive record keeping and reporting fo
The LITRG raises concerns about how tax registration checks would fall short of eliminating hidden economy activity as, for example, the proposals will not affect thos
LITRG welcomes the fact that the proposed model for late payment sanctions will maintain reasonable excuse provisions, and that late payment penalties will not include
The Chartered Institute of Taxation's (CIOT) Fellowship thesis by Kelly Sizer on the problems facing those on low-incomes when trying to navigate savings tax issues an
The government wants everyone to save. But how easy is it for low-income people to navigate the maze of products?
Charities providing tax advice to vulnerable and low income taxpayers say demand for their help has risen to near record levels.
The Scottish Parliament has confirmed the rates and thresholds for income tax that will apply to the non-savings and non-dividend income of Scottish taxpayers from 6 A
While we are wholly supportive of the childcare help provided by Government through the Tax-Free Childcare (TFC) scheme and other childcare offerings, we do not believ