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HMRC has brought into law significant tax and penalty charges for Incorrect claims relating to Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS), Self-employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS), Coronavirus Statutory Sick Pay Rebate Scheme and coronavirus business support grants.
HMRC believes that up approximately 3.5 billion has been overclaimed on the CJRS scheme alone. They have received over 8,000 calls to their fraud hotline
In his Summer Statement the chancellor announced that the government is introducing a new Coronavirus Job Retention bonus to reward and incentivise employers who continue to employ their furloughed employees through to the end of January 2021. Further details have been released by HMRC this week…
As the existing Job Retention Scheme (JRS) ends on 31st October at the same time as Covid infection rates are rising, and the company is subjected to further restrictions and local lock-downs, the Government have recognised that further support is needed…
As of 1 October 2020, customers can apply online to spread the cost of their tax bill into monthly payments, without the need to call HMRC.
The online payment plan can be used to set up instalment payments for paying tax payments up to £30,000 (previously £10,000).
In the Chancellor’s announcement on 24th September …
In the current situation, it may be difficult to hold face-to-face meetings. Some charities have clauses in their governing documents that allow them to meet virtually or to use telephone facilities, but if not we advise trustees to check their…
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