From 1 July 2021 the level of the CJRS grant will be reduced to 70% of salary for hours not worked and from 1 August 2021 it will be reduced again to 60%. Each employee must though continue to be paid 80% of their reference pay up to the £2,500 cap and for hours worked in accordance with their employment contract, so employers will be paying some salary costs for the furloughed hours as well as the total cost of all employers' NIC and the auto-enrolled pension contributions.
Employees who are furloughed full or part-time as a result of the coronavirus pandemic are eligible. Don’t forget that from 1 May 2021, employees who were employed prior to 3 March 2021 will be eligible, so any who were on an RTI report between 20 March 2020 and 2 March 2021.
Join Kate Upcraft and Anita Monteith for this webinar to learn more about the final extension to the CJRS scheme and how the rules will be changing for this final phase. Worked examples will be used to illustrate the changes.
Kate Upcraft: Kate is a renowned lecturer, consultant and writer with honed networking and lobbying skills developed with government and industry figures.
She has worked on numerous payroll audits and consultancy projects across numerous industry sectors using her extensive industry expertise.
With ever changing, new and complex obligations being devolved to employers Kate is increasingly sought after for her consultancy skills by both agents and employers.
Using her experience of managing one of the largest payrolls in the country Kate also advises on developing high performing payroll and HR teams.Anita Monteith:
Anita 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 for Making Tax Digital.
Seconded to the Treasury Select Committee in 2011, Anita then continued as a special adviser to that committee working with it on a number of projects for several years. She has a particular interest in the taxation of work and in 2014 was seconded to the House of Lords Select Committee on Personal Service Companies.
She is a qualified Chartered Accountant and Chartered Tax Adviser and a past chairman of the ICAEW Tax Faculty.
Anita is a regular speaker and chairperson at conferences, appears frequently on television and radio talking about tax and is a regular on Radio 4’s Moneybox.
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