On 29 May, Rishi Sunak outlined how the government plans to reshape the CJRS from 1 July to encourage those furloughed back into work. These proposed changes include:
To make a claim under CJRS V2 employers must have submitted a claim under the existing version of the scheme before 1 July and only employees who have been included in claim in the first iteration of the scheme can be eligible for furlough under CJRS V2. This means that employees must have started their furlough by 10 June. As of 1 July, there will also be a maximum number of employees that can be claimed for - the maximum number on any single claim under CRJS V1.
Join Anita Monteith and Caroline Miskin as they discuss the latest developments. There will be an opportunity to ask questions.
Caroline Miskin joined the ICAEW Tax Faculty in early 2016 as Tax Practitioner Support Manager having previously worked at TaxAid, the charity that gives free tax advice to those on low incomes, latterly as Technical Director. She continues to volunteer for TaxAid. Previously, Caroline worked at the other end of the size scale, for ExxonMobil UK, and advised on corporation tax and employee matters including expatriate taxation, becoming a Chartered Tax Adviser during this period. Caroline started her career as a trainee Chartered Accountant in a small firm in Dublin and remains a member of Chartered Accountants Ireland.
Anita Monteith is ICAEW’s Tax Technical lead and senior policy adviser and has a particular interest in tax matters affecting SMEs. She is closely involved with online filing developments in tax, including the government’s proposals to Make Tax Digital. In 2011 she was seconded to the government’s Treasury Select Committee to develop a set of principles for designing tax policy and is currently a member of the Tax Professionals Forum which reviews the government’s policy making process. In 2013, Anita was appointed Specialist Adviser to the House of Lords Committee inquiring into the use of personal service companies in the UK. Anita is a past chair of the ICAEW Tax Faculty, and was a member of the faculty main committee from 1992 to 2001. She continues to advise on practical tax matters as well as lecturing and contributing to major tax journals on topical issues.
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