VAT deferral new payment scheme – join from 23‌‌ February

If you deferred paying VAT due in the period from 20‌‌ March to 30‌‌ June‌‌ 2020, you should pay it by 31‌‌ ‌March‌‌ ‌2021 if you can. If you can’t afford to pay by 31‌‌ March‌‌ 2021, you can join the VAT deferral new payment scheme and pay your deferred VAT over a longer period. The online service will open Read more about VAT deferral new payment scheme – join from 23‌‌ February[…]

Flexible repayment options announced for Bounce Back Loan borrowers

If you have a Bounce Back Loan, the Chancellor has announced repayment flexibilities, with the ability to tailor payments according to your individual circumstances. Lenders should begin reaching out to borrowers to provide information on repayment schedules and how to access flexible repayment options. Small and medium-sized businesses can still apply to borrow between £2,000 and Read more about Flexible repayment options announced for Bounce Back Loan borrowers[…]

Frequently asked questions about Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme

You can find everything you need to know about the CJRS on GOV‌‌‌‌‌.UK by searching ‘Job Retention Scheme’, but here are some answers to the most frequently asked questions. What if I’ve claimed too much in error? If you have claimed too much CJRS grant and have not already repaid it, you must notify us Read more about Frequently asked questions about Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme[…]

New filing deadlines for Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme

To help you plan ahead to meet the monthly deadlines, here’s a list of the key dates you need to know, in order to file your Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme claim on time: 14‌‌ January‌‌ 2021 – final date to submit claims for December‌‌ 2020 by 11‌‌:59pm 15‌‌ February‌‌ 2021 – final date to submit claims for January‌‌ 2021 by 11‌‌:59pm 15‌‌ March‌‌ 2021 – final date to Read more about New filing deadlines for Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme[…]

HMRC will publish some of the employer’s claim information

HMRC has announced that they will publish some of the employers furlough claim information on gov.uk from December 2020. As part of HMRC’s commitment to transparency and to deter fraudulent claims, they will publish information about employers who claim for December onwards on the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme. The following information will be published on Read more about HMRC will publish some of the employer’s claim information[…]

Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) third grant: Applications now open

We wanted to remind you that applications are now open for the third SEISS grant to support self-employed people affected by coronavirus (COVID-19). The rules on who is eligible to claim are different to those for the previous SEISS grants. However, a Self Assessment tax return for the tax year 2018 to 2019 showing self-employment income (unless one Read more about Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) third grant: Applications now open[…]

Furlough Scheme Extended

The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme has been extended for a month with employees receiving 80% of their current salary for hours not worked and further economic support announced. Businesses will have flexibility to bring furloughed employees back to work on a part time basis or furlough them full-time, and will only be asked to cover Read more about Furlough Scheme Extended[…]

Amendments to Job Support Scheme

It was announced on Thursday, 22 October 2020, that the previously announced Job Support scheme will be available as 2 options, Job Support Open scheme and Job support scheme closed. When does the scheme start Both schemes will start on 1 November 2020. Who is eligible To be eligible, employers must: be enrolled for PAYE online Read more about Amendments to Job Support Scheme[…]