Employers to share costs of Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme and SEISS extended

Employers to share costs of Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme and SEISS extended

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.

Plans to reopen retail from 15 June

Plans to reopen retail from 15 June

Plans to reopen retail in a safe and secure manner providing the Government’s five key tests are met, retailers conduct risk assessments and comply with COVID-19 Secure guidelines for shops and branches.

Make a claim under CJRS

Make a claim under CJRS

You have written agreements from your furloughed workers. They have been furloughed for at least 3 weeks and they were on an RTI submission for your PAYE payroll to HMRC on or before 19 March. Now you want to make a claim under CJRS.