On the 24th September, Rishi Sunak published the government’s winter economy plan. In it, the Chancellor introduced the new Job Support Scheme (JSS) which will replace the current Job Retention Scheme (CJRS); aka the Furlough Scheme, from the 1st November 2020. The new Job Support Scheme is planned to run for six months, until the 30th April 2021.
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Amid the transition from the Coronavirus lockdown into a new form of normality, the chancellor Rishi Sunak has presented his economic plan towards financial recovery....
The Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) reopens for claims this August. Here’s what you need to know.
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Last Friday Chancellor Rishi Sunak has introduced some changes to Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) and announced a further extension of the Self-Employment...
What is the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) and how it can assist you as an employer? What are the CJRS rules you need to be aware of when your employees are furloughed.
What is the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) and how do you access it?
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We have prepared a series of articles to explain what financial help is available to contractors and small businesses, extracting the information that’s most relevant to you. Here we look at the Coronavirus schemes designed to ease cashflow pressures.
Last night, Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced a package of measures designed to support self-employed people. Whilst we are awaiting detail on a number of areas, here’s a summary of what we know so far.
We appreciate that many of our clients are affected by the coronavirus pandemic. The Government has made a number of announcements on how it intends to support small businesses and is being pressed to do more for the self-employed. We are keeping a watching brief and will bring you updates as they are announced along with practical advice and support.
A statement on coronavirus and business continuity from Chris Mollan, Managing Director of Clever Accounts Ltd
In recent weeks we have been actively reviewing our business continuity procedures in the light of growing concern about the spread of coronavirus.
Our management team have monitored relevant information sources including the UK Government, NHS, and WHO and taken proactive action based on published guidance. We have also reviewed our existing business continuity measures, which are extensive anyway, to ensure we are ready to minimise the operational impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Last night the government unveiled a £350bn package of measures and pledged to do ‘whatever it takes’ to support businesses through the coronavirus pandemic. Here we summarise the key points relevant to small businesses. Statutory Sick Pay SSP is £94.25 per week and...