As the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS), otherwise known as the furlough scheme, ended on 30 September 2021, October marks the last month in which employers will need to handle the related claims.
What dates shall employers be aware of?
14 October 2021 is the last day to make CJRS claims for September 2021.
28 October 2021 is the last date to amend a CJRS claim for September 2021, where it has been underclaimed.
Who can claim?
You can claim some of your employee’s wages if you have put them on furlough or flexible furlough because of the coronavirus pandemic.
What is needed to make a claim?
When claiming with HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC), the data needed to process this claim must be correct. If it is not, payment of the grant may be at risk or delayed.
Employers need or need to do the following:
Employers may also need to provide (where applicable):
Employers who have workers on flexible furlough will need:
If you need assistance processing the last CJRS claims, please contact us today for expert help.
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