HMRC are taking a sympathetic approach to businesses regarding their tax bills.
The government has announced a raft of measures aimed at both businesses and individuals in order to support them during the Coronavirus crisis. Here is an at a glance summary of the main proposals.
To help businesses and employers understand what the measures announced by the Chancellor mean for you, please use this page to navigate the latest guidance for people in Northern Ireland.
If you decide to make use of HMRC's deferment of VAT liabilities during the Covid-19 crisis, it's important to submit your VAT return on time but make sure to cancel your VAT Direct Debit.
We are getting a lot of requests for information about the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme and how employers will get reimbursed for the payment of 80% of employees wages.
To ease the administrative burden on companies during the Covid-19 crisis, extensions have been given for filings and returns.
Registration is now open for businesses to apply for the £10,000 Small Business Grant Scheme.
The Chancellor announced last night that self-employed workers can apply for a cash grant worth up to 80% of their average monthly profits.
We have been receiving a lot of calls from our clients regarding the Government’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme and have put together some of the frequently asked questions:
On 24th March the Irish Government announced new measures to provide financial support to workers affected by the Covid-19 crisis.
NI Business Info has put together some of the Frequently Asked Questions about the £10,000 Small Business Support Grant Scheme:
COVID-19 Pandemic Unemployment Payment is a new social welfare payment of €350 a week for employees and self-employed people who have lost employment due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
The Irish Revenue has announced a Temporary Wage Subsidy Scheme for employers whose businesses have been adversely affected by Covid-19.
HMRC has posted the following guidance on getting ready to make a claim under the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme.
For our Charity clients, the Charity Commission for Northern Ireland has produced guidance to help charities navigate their way through this unprecedented health emergency.
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HMRC have just released guidance for employers on how to calculate 80% of their employees' wages on the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme.
Wages for furloughed employees are now being paid through the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, just six working days after claims opened.
The online service to claim under the Self-Employed Income Support Scheme (SEISS) is not available yet. HMRC will contact you by mid-May 2020 and will make lump sum payments by early June 2020.
We have been advised that some Northern Irish applicants for the Self Employed Income Support Scheme (SEISS) have been having difficulty registering for a Government Gateway User ID as part of the application process.
The portal for claiming under the SSP rebate scheme opens on 26th May.
The NI Executive has launched a new NI Micro-business Hardship Fund to help NI based micro-businesses and social enterprises unable to access other regional and national COVID-19 support measures.
The updated CJRS will allow employers to bring furloughed employees back to work part-time from 1st July.
The COVID-19 Charities Fund has been set up by the Department for Communities to provide financial support to local charities who have lost income due to the impact of COVID-19.
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