15/04/2014, by Mark McLaughlin CTA (Fellow) ATT TEP, Tax Articles - Business Tax
TaxationWeb's Mark McLaughlin is concerned that HMRC's increased use of benchmarking will automatically lead to enquiries for less successful businesses.
I ... Continue Reading
14/04/2014, by Low Incomes Tax Reform Group, Tax Articles - General
The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group believes that abolishing a compensation scheme for small employers faced with high levels of sickness absence will impact harshly ... Continue Reading
07/04/2014, by Lee Sharpe, Tax Articles - General
TaxationWeb supports a petition to keep tax law published and up to date.
Mark McLaughlin has set up an online petition to try to encourage ... Continue Reading
31/03/2014, by Mark McLaughlin CTA (Fellow) ATT TEP, Tax Articles - General
Mark McLaughlin asks why the general public cannot easily access current tax legislation.
Finance Bill 2014 was published on 27 March. It is 601 pages long. ... Continue Reading
27/03/2014, by Low Incomes Tax Reform Group, Tax Articles - General
LITRG argues that Government proposals to outlaw ‘exclusivity’ in ‘zero hours’ contracts and increase transparency fail to grasp what ... Continue Reading
21/03/2014, by Low Incomes Tax Reform Group, Tax Articles - Budgets and Autumn Statements
LITRG considers how the lowest paid stand to gain least in the Budget proposals aimed at helping people keep more of what they earn and save.
For ... Continue Reading
19/03/2014, by Lee Sharpe, Tax Articles - Income Tax
HMRC – Holding on to YOUR Money – Again?
Withholding PAYE refunds: does HMRC now think the principle of unjust enrichment should apply ... Continue Reading
10/03/2014, by Lee Sharpe, Tax Articles - General
TaxationWeb wonders if the government should encourage HMRC to sign up to the Prompt Payment Code.
I read an article in Taxation Magazine recently, on a ... Continue Reading
04/03/2014, by Low Incomes Tax Reform Group, Tax Articles - General
Disabled people who take on a carer or personal assistant now have access to additional information and support, as LITRG launches an enhanced version of the ... Continue Reading
25/02/2014, by Low Incomes Tax Reform Group, Tax Articles - General
The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) fears that the Department for Work and Pensions’ proposal to introduce charges for its Child Maintenance Service ... Continue Reading