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Published on 23 December 2021

What comes next now that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) has ended?

The CJRS (furlough scheme) came to an end on 30 September. Whilst late claims or amendments can be made in exceptional circumstances, this is not the only thing to consider. For example, all employers, at the very least, will need to keep records supporting the grants they have claimed, in case HMRC...

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Published on 22 December 2021

Umbrella companies – have your say

A call for evidence on umbrella companies has been issued – with the aim of providing the government with a detailed and up-to-date view of how umbrella companies operate. Here we tell you how to have your say. ...

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Published on 20 December 2021

Loan recall – what to do if you get a demand

We are aware that some people are still receiving loan demands from certain companies asking them to repay loans which they have already settled the tax on or paid the loan charge to HMRC. We have been monitoring the situation since the publication of our original FAQs on this issue in May 2021. Her...

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Published on 7 December 2021

Taxi drivers and scrap metal dealers – prepare for tax checks

From 4 April 2022, if you are renewing a taxi, private hire or scrap metal licence in England and Wales then you will need to complete a ‘tax check’ first. The rules are expected to be extended to Scotland and Northern Ireland from April 2023. This article explains ...

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