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Featured tax annual
Welfare benefits and tax credits handbook, 2018/19
Child Poverty Action Group, 2018
A comprehensive guide to property tax, explaining the opportunities and pitfalls arising from buying and selling property and the legal implications of property transactions.
Taxation, No.4497, 23 April 2015, pp.18-20
Looks at universal credit as it pertains to self-employed claimants, with practical tips and examples.
Articles are available to logged-in ICAEW members, ACA students and other entitled users.
Official guidance on tax credits including working tax credit, how to claim tax credits, and changes that affect your tax credits.
Research and Development (R&D) Relief for Corporation Tax
Information on relief schemes for SMEs and large companies qualifying for reliefs and capital allowances.
Tax and benefit system (IFS)
Research reports and briefings from the Institute for Fiscal Studies.
Tax credits (LITRG)
An overview of the system from the Low Incomes Tax Reform Group, and organisation which campaigns for more equitable taxation for people on low incomes.
A website produced by LITRG and Rightsnet to publish the latest information on tax credits, child benefit, the child trust fund, national minimum wage and other benefits.
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