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New rules - SEISS and CJRS


For anyone living under a rick - the new rules are out for both schemes today.



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Cheshire wrote:

For anyone living under a rick - the new rules are out for both schemes today.


Thanks Joanne

(Luckily I have never lived under a Rick)



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Thanks Joanne

A couple of things to particularly watch out for.

CJRS: You can't straggle months any more, so a claim will need to be made to 30th June and a new claim from 1st July. Rather messes up my fortnightly claims for weekly staff but hey.

SEISS: Clients will need to be adversely affected from 14th July, most clients will assume it's June onwards.



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Leger wrote

SEISS: Clients will need to be adversely affected from 14th July, most clients will assume it's June onwards.


Interesting to see if people actually abide by the 14th July date for being adversely affected, I have had 2 clients who have had to make telephone claims to HMRC and have been told to phone back in July to make the second claim as they will be eligible and not a mention about the new guidelines



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