Latest guidance on the government's key support scheme for businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Discover the support available to help businesses with cash flow, furloughing staff, directors' duties, supply chain disruption, business continuity planning and managing your workforce.
Cash flow and financial management are presenting a challenge to businesses of all sizes. This page offers practical advice on how to get cash flowing.
Latest guidance on the government's key support scheme for the self employed, including details of the application process.
General guidance and resources for employers considering staff redundancies and individuals who might be facing it.
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|5 August 2020||Employment rights & childcare related concerns for parents
Learn from our expert speakers on what options are available to you (as an individual or an employer) and get all your questions answered around maternity leave, employment law and other childcare related concerns.
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|9 July 2020||Covid-19: CJRS2 Examples and other payroll hot topics
Hear from payroll and employment tax specialist Kate Upcraft and Tax Faculty technical managers Anita Monteith and Caroline Miskin, as they explain the complexities of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS).
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|8 July 2020||
Applying IFRS9 under Covid-19
|2 July 2020||
Emotional Resilience for Businesses – in response to Covid-19
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Officers and shareholders of limited companies will welcome new laws that enable them to hold shareholder ‘meetings’ despite the coronavirus lockdown and social distancing restrictions, and which extend time limits for filing certain information at Companies House.
Directors of companies that have furloughed employees and recouped part of those employees’ remuneration as grants from the government under the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) should check that their companies were entitled to claim those sums, and used them properly, or risk tax penalties and, potentially, personal liability.
English employers are setting up systems to deal with employees who cannot attend work because of new laws requiring individuals entering England from abroad, including returning English holidaymakers, to quarantine themselves for 14 days.