Advocacy Group calls on UK to review anti-avoidance tax on loans

By Joseph Boris (October 12, 2021, 7:57 p.m. EDT) – A group representing low-income Britons has urged the UK government to consider suspending the implementation of a charge on employers who disguise workers’ wages to avoid l income tax and social insurance contributions, claiming that few people are willing to comply with the provision.

The Low Income Tax Advocacy Group, in a letter to Her Majesty’s Treasury Department on Oct. 6, said so-called loan charges should be reviewed during the government’s fall budget process this month. The objective would be to break a “dead end” which, according to the group, was reached between HM Revenue & Customs and the contractors concerned by the accusation. It is aimed at individuals …

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