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On 26 June 2020, dated 25 June 2020, HM Treasury published a revised ‘Direction’. This is displayed on Gov.UK as ‘Further Treasury Direction made under Sections 71 and 76 of the Coronavirus Act 2020’.
This adds to:
In HMRC’s own words:
This direction reflects the extension of the Scheme to 31 October, and the changes to the terms of the scheme from 1 July onwards, announced by the Chancellor on 12 May. This direction does not contain new information about the scheme, but gives legal effect to the elements of the scheme that were set out in the guidance published 12 June. That guidance should continue to be the key point of reference for employers and employees.
Although, HMRC’s own Webinar said about the end of the scheme:
‘You’ll have until 30 November 2020 to submit any claims that start on or after 01 July 2020.’ The Direction does not include this date.
For employers, a good place to start for all of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) guidance is the ‘collection’ page on Gov.UK. This is ordered under various headings now:
There are two pieces of guidance under this section:
There are three pieces of guidance in this section:
There are two pieces of guidance in this section:
This was (and still is) all over the place before but seems to now be in one document called ‘Get help with the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme’. There is no publication date or update history.
Useful to have this information:
This was published on 26 June 2020:
There is the ‘step by step guide for employers’. I really do not see that this provides any guidance that isn’t contained above. Plus, I am not quite sure I understand how we are on version 5:
Don’t use the following: