Chancellor announces an extension in the CJRS (furlough scheme) to the end of March 2021 and increases the self employment Income Support Scheme level of support grant from 55% to 80% of average monthly trading profits.
Level of income support available to the self-employed through the third SEISS (Self Employment Income Support Scheme) grant increased to 55% and claim date brought forward to 30 November.
Looking for the positives in the Winter Economy Plan and preparatory steps for the end of the Brexit transition period 31 December 2020.
Claiming the second Self Employment Income Support Scheme Grant and understanding the term “adversely affected”.
Changes to Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme. Flexible Furlough scheme introduced from 1 July, employers to gradually increase their contribution to wage costs beginning with NI and employer pension contribution costs and rising to 20% by October when the scheme will end. Self Employment Income Support Scheme extended, now ending in August, with a single payment of up to £6,570 to cover June, July and August.
Calls for parity for the self-employed with those furloughed. SEISS v CJRS