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Important information on claiming for Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme

Since the introduction of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) we have kept you informed of changes as they have happened. Below are some key dates for you to be aware of and actions that you might need to take:

Key dates

  • Submit your CJRS claim for periods ending on or before 30‌‌‌ ‌June 2020 by 31‌‌‌ ‌July 2020. This is the last date you can make those claims. You need to have made a claim at any point on or before 31‌‌‌ ‌July to be able to make a claim for future months.
  • From 1‌‌‌ ‌August 2020 the scheme will no longer fund employers’ National Insurance (NI) and pensions contributions for furloughed employees. You will have to make these payments from your own resources.
  • From 1‌‌‌ ‌September 2020 you will have to start contributing to the wages of your furloughed employees. Grants will be for 70% of usual wages in September and 60% in October, but furloughed employees will continue to be entitled to receive at least 80% of their usual wages. You will have to make up the difference from your own resources.

HMRC are delivering live webinars offering more support on changes to the scheme and how they impact you. Details about how to book can be found here https://bit.ly/2BmWFYG 

More information about the Job Retention Bonus

On the 8th of July the Chancellor of the Exchequer introduced the Job Retention Bonus – a one-off payment of £1,000 to employers who have claimed under CJRS for each furloughed employee who remains continuously employed until at least 31‌‌‌ ‌January 2021.

Information can be found here:https://bit.ly/2CQHh7k and further information about this scheme will be available on 31‌‌‌ ‌July.

Incorrect claims

CJRS grants are to cover the costs of your furloughed employees' wages (and related payroll taxes, National Insurance and pension contributions until 31‌‌‌ ‌July). HMRC may withhold or recover grants if they are claimed based on dishonest or inaccurate information.

HMRC are contacting a number of employers at the moment to check that they have claimed the correct amount.

If you have made an incorrect claim that meant you claimed too much, you can let HMRC know as part of your next online claim without needing to call them. If you have made an error and do not plan to submit further claims, or you have claimed less than you were entitled to, please contact HMRC https://bit.ly/30yL94N

If you require further support then please contact your local office:

Cardiff:            info@clybiauplantcymru.org

Cross Hands: info-ww@clybiauplantcymru.org

Colwyn Bay:    info-nw@clybiauplantcymru.org


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