Flexible furlough from 1st JULY

This guidance was updated on 12 June to include details on how the scheme will change from 1 July. The first time you will be able to make claims for days in July will be 1 July, you cannot claim for periods in July before this point. 31 July is the last day that you can submit claims for periods ending on or before 30 June. Extract from HMRC: You will be required to work out your employee’s usual hours and furloughed hours. If your employee is flexibly furloughed from 1st July 2020, you’ll need to work out your employee’s usual hours and record the actual hours they work as… Read More

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Expenses and benefits form P11D

If you provided your employee with any benefits, you may be required to submit a P11D form to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) for each employee you’ve provided with expenses or benefits. If you have received a letter from HMRC, but if you don’t need to file or pay anything. Make sure you submit the nil return form HERE. You must submit your report before 6 July. HMRC Benefits list visit https://www.gov.uk/expenses-and-benefits-a-to-z

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Furlough claim cut off & new rates

Employers will have up until 31st JULY 2020 (Version 1) to make any claims in respect of the period 1 March to 30 June. Further guidance on flexible furloughing and how employers should calculate claims has now been published at HMRC. It is therefore VERY IMPORTANT to make your furlough claims each month (ASAP and up to 14 days in advance of month end) Statement from GOV.UK: The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme is changing: From 1 July, employers can bring back to work employees that have previously been furloughed for any amount of time and any shift pattern, while still being able to claim CJRS grant for their normal hours not… Read More

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