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Mel Stride: ...-charge-on-loans HMRC officials handling settlements relating to DR cases make this position clear to customers. HMRC has also streamlined its approach to settlement for those affected by the DR loan charge by allowing up to 5 years payment terms for those now earning less than £50,000 and who are no longer engaged in tax avoidance without the need for detailed supporting information;...
Vicky Foxcroft: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, what estimate his Department has made of the number of individuals subject to the 2019 Loan Charge in (a) Lewisham, Deptford constituency, (b) London Borough of Lewisham and (c) London.
Neil Coyle: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, what assessment he has made of the effectiveness of the HMRC's helpline established to help advise people affected by the introduction of the loan charge.
Ruth Cadbury: The retrospective loan charge deadline is causing unbelievable stress to tens of thousands of people who thought that they were doing the right thing in respect of their tax affairs, some for up to 20 years. The all-party loan charge group has evidence that Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs knows of up to six related suicides, yet yesterday, the chief executive of HMRC denied that. May we...
Paul Farrelly: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, what steps he is taking to ensure that HMRC uses the rule of law rather than an opinion of fairness to determine what is payable for the loan charge.
Andrea Jenkyns: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, how many promoters of loan schemes relating to the loan charge 2019 have been prosecuted.
Mel Stride: ...that mean they are not repaid in practice, so they are no different to normal income and are, and always have been, taxable. The Government estimates that around 75% of tax resulting from the loan charge will be paid by employers rather than individuals. Since the DR loan charge was announced, HMRC has agreed around 6,000 settlements of DR scheme use with employers and individuals, worth...
David Davis: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, how many people are subject to the 2019 Loan Charge.
Neil Coyle: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, what assessment he has made of the potential merits of pausing the introduction of the loan charge.
Nicholas Dakin: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, what steps he is taking to ensure that the review of the loan charge is undertaken (a) independently and (b) rigorously.
Nicholas Dakin: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, what steps he is taking to ensure that HMRC treats people affected by the loan charge in a sensitive and supportive but appropriate way.
Ross Thomson: Last week, MPs heard harrowing testimony from family members of a man who tragically committed suicide because he faced the loan charge, a 20-year retrospective tax facing thousands of families in my constituency and across the UK. On 9 January the Prime Minister said that the Government accepted the review into the loan charge, yet the all-party group on the loan charge was only advised...
Jonathan Reynolds: ...to see action. In relation to what the Minister has said today, all I can ask him is whether his reference to not enforcing historic cases is code for the Government not proceeding with the 2019 loan charge? His words suggested that they might not be proceeding, but he did not really say one way or another. If the answer is that they are not proceeding, I am not really sure, with all due...
Mel Stride: ...by HMRC officials at the Treasury Select Committee on 30 January 2019 it is not HMRC’s policy to force the sale of a main residence in relation to a Disguised Remuneration (DR) debt, or the loan charge. Since the announcement of the 2019 loan charge at Budget 2016, HMRC has now agreed settlements on disguised remuneration schemes with employers and individuals totalling over £1...
Grant Shapps: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, if he will make it his policy to delay the loan charge settlement day until after the conclusion of the review of that charge.
Anneliese Dodds: ...of the Exchequer, pursuant to Mary Aiston's oral evidence to the Treasury Committee on 30 January 2019, what steps HMRC is taking to ensure that people affected by the disguised remuneration loan charge are not forced to sell their homes.
Harriet Harman: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, how many people are affected by the 2019 Loan Charge in (a) Camberwell and Peckham and (b) London Borough of Southwark and (c) London.
Nigel Evans: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, in relation to the Loan Charge 2019, whether Employment Benefit Trust schemes have always been considered defective by HMRC; and what the evidential basis is for the requirement to bring forward legislative proposals to enable HMRC to collect tax on loans issued since 1999.
Grant Shapps: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, for what reason the Government has not put back the Loan Charge settlement date while its review of that policy is ongoing.