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CJRS Update – Notice Periods

HMRC have now advised that from 1 December 2020, employers will not be able to make claims for any employees serving either contractual or statutory notice periods.

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Brexit: Goods, Imports and Exports

This final article in our Brexit VAT series covers additional information when importing from and exporting to the EU, explaining EU refunds and the necessary paperwork required for zero rated goods and shipping.

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Brexit: Goods – Imports Part 1 & 2

In two parts, the first part deals with the movement of goods post Brexit, specifically goods coming into the UK and the second part, looks at import duty, import documentation and commodity codes.

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Retrospective Working Arrangements – Deadline

If you are revising your employees working arrangements with regard to the extended CJRS (Furlough Scheme) the deadline is 13 November – Act Now!

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Furlough Scheme Extended Further

The government has announced a new lockdown for England lasting for one month until the 2 December 2020. As a result of this, the government have postponed the introduction of the Job Support Scheme (JSS) which was due to start 1 November 2020 and was meant to replace the existing Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS), also known as the Furlough Scheme.

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Brexit: Goods – Export

The second article in our series on Brexit and VAT when dealing with the movement of goods post Brexit.  This is crucial reading if your business sells goods to EU customers (either other businesses or consumers).

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Rayner Essex Autumn Newsletter 2020

Autumn Newsletter with a round up of all that’s going on at Rayner Essex

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Brexit: Services

Jason Croke, VAT Director, brings us the first in a series of articles concerning Brexit.  This article looks at the VAT rules when selling services to the EU or buying services from the EU post Brexit. 

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Increased Support for Self Employed November 2020

In line with the Furlough Scheme extension, the government have announced, on 2 November, that they will be increasing support for the self-employed and ensuring faster payments. This provides broadly equivalent support to the self-employed as is being provided to employees through the government contribution in the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme in November and then the Job Support Scheme in the two subsequent months.

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