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Furloughed staff - info to help


Hi All

I logged into to Moneysoft last night and was asked to do an update to the software and was directed to a few updates one of which was information on the furloughed staff and the SSP for Civid-19, so worth a look for anyone, even those not on MS.

Worth checking your own software more often than usual as updates will be popping up regularly as things change. If you spot anything can you please post here for all to see.

Here is the MS info

https://moneysoft.co.uk/support/

specifically

https://moneysoft.co.uk/support/coronaviruscovid-19-faq-https://moneysoft.co.uk/support/furloughed-workers

https://moneysoft.co.uk/support/statutory-sick-pay-ssp

In fact, since I checked it last night they have already implemented a suggestion from one of our Aweb friends. V. impressive!



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Thanks Joanne

I checked Basic PAYE tools but nothing been updated in that :{

Hope you're okay? Stay safe

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Many thanks indeed.

BW

Jay



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Thanks Joanne, I was wondering how to actually record furlough on the payslips. If a client is going to top up the wage to the full 100%, I was thinking of adding another pay category called "furlough top up" or something similar, just to differentiate it from normal pay. What do you think?

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Hi Rachel
You could do that, assuming you have enough 'additions' boxes in the software to use. I know folk who have already run out!

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Joanne

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You should check out answers with reference to the legal position (and my that I dont mean with HMRC)



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Glad to help, albeit in a small way.

All ok here Janet - a bit of a madhouse as being pulled in every direction by clients and all I can hear are the neighbours out in the sun. Hope you are doing ok in these mad times.



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Joanne

Thoughts are my own/not to be regarded as official advice,which should be sought from a suitably qualified Accountant.

You should check out answers with reference to the legal position (and my that I dont mean with HMRC)



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Thank you for the information in this and all the recent posts re the virus help

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