HMRC will know about lettings through Airbnb, so full disclosure of all taxable property income is essential, including for all prior years.
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Posted: 02 October 2020
Full details have now been published of the scheme, which provides £1,000 bonus to employers retaining staff to January 2021 who had previously been furloughed:
An outline of the scheme can be found here: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/new-guidance-on-9-billion-job-retention-bonus-set-to-benefit-millions-of-businesses
Detailed guidance on the scheme is here: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/check-if-you-can-claim-the-job-retention-bonus-from-15-february-2021
For worked examples of the minimum threshold of payment to employees for the employer to qualify for the bonus visit: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/find-an-example-of-employees-and-the-minimum-income-threshold-for-the-job-retention-bonus/example-of-employer-deciding-which-employees-will-meet-the-minimum-income-threshold-for-the-job-retention-bonus
Treasury Direction setting out the rules of the scheme – this is important as it sets out the actual eligibility for a claim, which is the legislation used in any disputes. https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/923783/SIGNED_CJRS_DIRECTION_No_4__Coronavirus_Job_Retention_Scheme_Bonus__Final.pdf
In the Treasury Direction there are some important time limits:
- No more claims under the furlough scheme after 30 November 2020 (para 3.1 of the Direction)
- Opening date for Job Retention Bonus claims 15 February 2021 (para 7.2)
- Last date for Job Retention Bonus claims 31 March 2021 (para 7.2)
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Posted: 24 September 2020
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Posted: 23 September 2020
Following the Prime Minister’s announcements yesterday, detailed guidance notes have been published.
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Posted: 16 September 2020
Provisions are to be introduced to prevent commercial tenants from being evicted until the end of the year (unless extended again). This means that commercial tenants which have not paid March, June and September quarters’ rent cannot be evicted.
The announcement can be found here:
Detailed rules are awaited.
Posted: 10 September 2020
Companies House are resuming the voluntary strike off process today, which had been suspended in April this year, due to the coronavirus outbreak. Any company that made an application to be struck off before July this year will be struck off and dissolved over the next 4 weeks.
Companies House are due to resume the compulsory strike off process, for those companies that do not appear to be active and have not kept up to date with their filing requirements, from 10 October.
For more information visit: www.gov.uk/government/news/companies-house-resumes-voluntary-strike-off-process
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“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.”
Read the Government Update here: www.gov.uk/government/news/ministers-announce-new-grants-for-businesses-affected-by-local-lockdowns
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