CLBILS is a new scheme that was brought in by the Government on Monday 20th April that sits above the existing CBILS scheme for medium and larger sized businesses.
This post looks at the practical application of furloughing of Directors and considered the work they are still able to perform for the business.
In this article we list some of the common questions we are being asked about the practical application of applying for a grant under the CJRS.
A number of details in respect of the CJRS have now been confirmed by HMRC and this includes an employees holiday rights during the period of furlough.
Small businesses in the UK that have been adversely affected by Coronavirus may be able to claim a £10,000 grant from the UK Government
This morning sees the launch of CLBILS to provide support to mid-sized and larger UK businesses across the UK that are seeing their businesses and cashflows disrupted as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The government has announced a package to support new companies not eligible for existing coronavirus schemes
HMRC have issued an important update about changes to the CJRS including changes regarding employee eligibility.
Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme extended by one month to reflect continuing social distancing measures.
The Chancellor has waived import taxes on medical equipment crucial to the fight against coronavirus, in a bid to reduce red tape to ensure equipment gets to frontline health workers faster
The Government is introducing a business rates holiday for nurseries in England for the 2020 to 2021 tax year.
The Government recently provided more details on how the CJRS works. Please note the online service you will use to claim is not open yet – we will let you know when it is. We have the capability to calculate and submit your CJRS Claim so please let us know if we can help.
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