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Green list expansion delivers hope for travel sector, but is it too little, too late?
Damian Webb

05 August 2021

Damian Webb, restructuring partner at RSM responds to the latest review of the travel traffic light lists.

Major change to variable paid employees’ CJRS grant claims calculations from 1 May 2021
Carolyn Brown

23 April 2021

From 1 May 2021 there will be a major change to CJRS for variable paid furloughed employees. Ensure you use the right calculations so that your claims for May 2021 onwards are valid.

Publication of companies claiming CJRS money is a welcome move, says RSM
Susan Ball

28 January 2021

HMRC has published a list of 700,000 companies who were claiming furlough grant in December 2020.

Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme claims: How will you check your claims are correct?
Susan Ball

12 January 2021

What should you be doing to make sure your CJRS claims are correct?

Coronavirus job retention scheme extended - can you claim?
Susan Ball

18 December 2020

Following HMRC’s recent extension of the coronavirus job retention scheme (CJRS), we discuss the key highlights including timescales, mistakes and furlough over the Christmas holidays.

Staff Christmas celebrations during coronavirus – don’t forget the employment tax implications
Susan Ball

27 November 2020

Staff Christmas parties are set to be very different during 2020 as many employers consider holding virtual events or making gifts instead. The employment tax position must, however be considered.

Treasury gives with one hand and takes with the other, as RSM calls for delay to HMRC preferential creditor status change
Damian Webb

11 November 2020

Today, RSM has called on the Chancellor to urgently consider a twelve-month delay to the introduction of HMRC’s preferential creditor status. This change, due to come into effect on 1 December 2020, will have the dual effect of limiting funding and restructuring options for businesses, which RSM believe will undermine the current rescue culture and directly lead to business failures and job losses.

Job Retention Bonus (now removed)
Carolyn Brown

06 November 2020

On Wednesday 5 November the Chancellor announced that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) was extended to 31 March 2021.

Job Support Scheme (now removed)
Carolyn Brown

05 November 2020

The Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced details of the Job Support Scheme which aims to help employers pay their employees wages. Contact us for more information.

What should employers consider when the workforce returns?
Susan Ball

27 October 2020

On 10 May 2020 the Government began to outline its plans to enable certain sectors in England to return to work for those that can’t work from home. So what should employers consider when the workforce returns?

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