Chancellor outlines further details on the extension of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme
The government has launched the website today to check if you are eligible for the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme.
Furloughing employees - FAQs for employers on the coronavirus job retention scheme
Rishi Sunak announces world-leading scheme to support the UK’s self-employed affected by the coronavirus outbreak.
Self-employed FINALLY get coronavirus bailout: Government could hand millions of stricken workers 80% of their usual income - up to £1,700 amonth - in CASH in Rishi Sunak's latest rescue package
'Huge' package to support the self-employed will be unveiled later today 'Bespoke' measures will include direct income via non-repayable grants PM says package will 'ensure everybody gets the support they need'
Coronavirus support for self-employed workers coming this week as Rishi Sunak draws up plans. Self-employed workers must wait several more days for Government support as the Treasury works on a package of help for those who face losing their livelihoods as a result of coronavirus.
We are being asked a lot about how the coronavirus measures announced so far apply to limited companies, and the employment status of the directors.
Are you aware that from April 2019 you will no longer be able to file VAT returns online with HMRC using your government gateway account?
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