#COVID19 government help webinars #coronavirus

Jim Harra, of the HMRC has shared the following:

The government is committed to doing whatever it takes to support businesses and individuals through the coronavirus pandemic and the following webinars have the information, guidance and tips to help you to support your clients.

There are a limited number of spaces, so save your place now.

Coronavirus COVID-19 Statutory Sick Pay Rebate Scheme: Providing an overview of the scheme, this webinar looks at who can claim, when to start paying SSP, employees you can claim for, making a claim, keeping records, and more.


Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme – How to make a claim: This guides you through making a claim, including the essential information you need, what to do before you make your claim, calculating and processing your claim.


Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS): This webinar covers the aim of the scheme, who can apply, how much may be claimed, applying for the scheme, what happens after applications are made, and other support available.


Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) – how to make a claim: This webinar provides an overview of who can claim, how to claim, what’s needed to make a claim, what happens after applications are made, and other support available.

These webinars are very popular, so we’ll do our best to answer your questions or signpost you to useful guidance.

We will bring you the most up-to-date information to keep you fully informed of changes as they develop.

Get help. Protect your business. Save jobs.

Yours sincerely

Jim Harra
jharra

Jim Harra

Chief Executive and Permanent Secretary – HMRC

PAYadvice.UK 21/5/2020

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