The deadline for submitting your January claim was 15 February. If you find you need to make a change because you didn’t claim enough you can do this until 1 March.
If you have not managed to submit your claim on time and you have a reasonable excuse, such as you were self-isolating or had an unexpected stay in hospital that prevented you from completing it, HMRC may still accept your claim.
If your reason means you can claim late, please do so as soon as you’re able to, and note that reasonable excuses only apply to late claims for periods from November onwards.
For more information on reasonable excuses, or amendment to your claim, go to https://bit.ly/2XQpCUm.
You can now make February claims
You can now submit your claims for periods in February. These must be made by Monday 15 March.
Publishing information about your CJRS claims
HMRC are now publishing a monthly list of employers and the band in which their claim falls, who claimed under the CJRS for periods from December onwards, as part of HMRC’s commitment to transparency and to deter fraudulent claims https://bit.ly/3qzNMiQ.
From 25th February employees will also be able to check if their employer has made a CJRS claim on their behalf through their online Personal Tax Account. They can set up a Personal Tax Account by going to: https://www.gov.uk/personal-tax-account
HMRC are continuing to deliver live webinars offering support on the scheme. Details about how to book can be found here https://bit.ly/2YKKBbO