Tag Archives: CJRS

HMRC enquiries into CJRS claims

HMRC Enquiry

There is a general impression, both in mainstream media and, more importantly, within HMRC, that up to 10% of claims for CJRS may be “inaccurate.” HMRC has announced that it will be enquiring into claims and it anticipates that about 25% of all claims will be looked into. Whilst we […]

HMRC impose compliance and enforcement powers for false Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme claims

Furlough

The most basic conditions of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) is that your business is / will be adversely affected by Covid-19 and that employees on furlough are not allowed to do any work whilst on furlough.  A “snitch line” for false furlough claims has already seen thousands of […]