The Treasury’s controversial loan charge proposals, which are due to come into effect in April, have certainly prompted much debate since their announcement last year with one criticism suggesting that HMRC had failed to make its position clear earlier and had communicated inadequately to those affected. Now a cross-party group of MPs have successfully forced a review by the end of March. The charge was designed to tackle disguised remuneration with HMRC indicating it expects to protect around £3.2bn in tax.