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02 Oct 2020
The existing job support scheme, the furlough scheme, comes to an end on 31 October.
As part of the Winter Economy Plan the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) will be extended under the name SEISS Grant Extension.
As part of the Winter Economy Plan the government has announced options for deferred VAT and income tax self assessment payments.
The government has announced options to extend terms and change payments.
HMRC has issued detailed guidance on the domestic reverse charge changes scheduled for 1 March 2021.
Businesses in England that are required to shut because of local interventions will now be able to claim up to £1,500 per property every three weeks.
HMRC has sent letters to VAT-registered businesses in Great Britain trading with the EU, or the EU and the rest of the world.
The government has announced that residential property transactions rose in August following the introduction of a stamp duty holiday.
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In light of the Government’s announcement, we wanted to let you know that the majority of our team will now be working from home.
We have a robust IT infrastructure in place to ensure business continuity. Most client records are held electronically so we can access all documents whilst working remotely. You can deal with your CSB contact in the usual way by phone or email.
At the moment, the office has sufficient staff to deal with mail daily. Our reception door will remain closed. Should clients be required to drop off or collect records, this can be facilitated by knocking the door or contacting us in advance.
We will continue to adhere to Government guidelines and at this current time all our meetings will be undertaken by email, telephone, mail or video calling to protect all involved.
Our staff’s welfare continues to be of paramount importance and we believe it is essential that as a responsible business we do our part in supporting staff and delaying the spread of the virus.
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