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Job Retention Scheme goes live
Posted on: 6th May 2020
On 20 April 2020 the government's Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme went live for applications. The scheme allows businesses to furlough their employees, with the government paying 80% of their wages up to a maximum of £2,500. The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme is open for four months and was backdated from 1 March 2020 to the end of June. Chancellor Rishi Sunak stated that the scheme would be kept under review and extended if necessary. There were applications from over 430,000 employers covering over three million employees in the first week of the scheme's operation. The Chancellor said: 'We've taken unprecedented action to support jobs and businesses through this period of uncertainty, including the UK-wide Job Retention Scheme. With the extension of the coronavirus lockdown measures . . . it is the right decision to extend the furlough scheme for a month to the end of June to provide clarity. 'It is vital for people's livelihoods that the UK economy gets up and running again when it is safe to do so.' Internet link: GOV.UK publications 
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Extended Self-Employment Income Support Scheme
Posted on: 30th May 2020
On 29 May 2020, the Chancellor announced plans to extend the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) for those people whose trade continues to be, or is newly, adversely affected by COVID-19 (coronavirus). Eligible self-employed people will be able to claim a second and final SEISS grant in August; this will be a taxable grant worth 70% of their average monthly trading profits for three months, paid out in a single instalment and capped at £6,570 in total. The eligibility criteria for the second grant will be the same as for the first grant. The government has not moved to extend the scheme to those who were not eligible for the first payment, for example those who started self-employment since April 2019. People do not need to have claimed the first grant to claim the second grant: for example, their business may have been adversely affected by COVID-19 (coronavirus) more recently. Claims for the first SEISS grant, which opened on 13‌‌ May, must be made no later than 13‌‌ July. Eligible self-employed people must make a claim before that date to receive the first SEISS grant (a taxable grant of 80% of their average monthly trading profits, paid out in a single instalment covering 3 months' worth of profits, and capped at £7,500 in total). It's really important to note that as with the first SEISS grant, the eligible individual must make the claim themselves. Agents will not be able to make a claim on behalf of client; this will trigger a fraud alert and will result in significant delays to payment.   Further Information A new factsheet giving further details on the changes to CJRS and SEISS is available from gov.uk. More information about the second SEISS grant will be available on GOV.‌‌UK on 12‌‌ June. Our last article about the first SEISS grant is here: https://crozierjones.co.uk/blogs/prepare-to-claim-under-the-self-employed-income-support-scheme-seiss/   Protect yourself from scams Stay vigilant about scams, which may mimic government messages as a way of appearing authentic and unthreatening. Search 'scams' on GOV.‌‌UK for information on how to recognise genuine HMRC contact. You can also forward suspicious emails claiming to be from HMRC to phishing@hmrc.gov.uk and texts to 60599.
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