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New Features On CJRS Online Claim Service – update 12/5/20

Save and return option now added In response to feedback from claimants using the service, HMRC have added a ‘save and return’ option. This means that you can now return to a partially completed claim, rather than having to do it all in one go. HMRC GUIDANCE ON MAKING A CJRS CLAIM Avoiding common mistakes […]

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT CLAIMING THE SELF EMPLOYED SUPPORT

As agents we are NOT able to apply for this on your behalf.  HMRC are beginning to contact those who they think may be eligible for the Governments Self Employed Income Support Scheme (SEISS) BUT you will need to apply through your own HMRC Government Gateway (GG).  This is not something we will have previously […]

Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) – Update 5.5.20: Scheme Opens Earlier Than Expected!

See: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/claim-a-grant-through-the-coronavirus-covid-19-self- employment-income-support-scheme This week HMRC will start contacting self-employed people who are likely to be eligible, through a combination of emails, SMS texts and letters, to tell them what they need to do to get ready to claim. Applications will open in tranches based on the unique taxpayer number (UTR) given to all self-employed […]

Dedicated Covid19 website for guidance and support

In these uncertain times we wanted to contact all our clients to let you know we are here to offer support and guidance over the next few months. With a vast amount of rapidly changing guidance information available, we are really pleased to now be able to offer to you a link to a website […]

Coronavirus update 21.3.20

Last night the Chancellor stood in 10 Downing Street and announced some new support for small businesses. At this point in time, we still do not understand the detail of the various measures that have been announced – rest assured we will update you as soon as things become clearer. They can be summarised as… […]

GDRP

GDPR regulations coming into force 25 May – are you ready? See our recent newsletter.