The changes to CJRS are now in effect requiring employers to contribute towards employee costs as part of their furlough claims, and the end of furlough support is in sight. We will consider some of the complexities of furlough claims, for how long those are open to HMRC review and how employers might demonstrate their compliance. HMRC have also started issuing letters to business about their furlough claims and we will update on their current attitude and approach. We will also look at some of the challenges that face employers in the months ahead with planned changes to holiday pay, national minimum wage and employment status and other considerations of bringing employees back to work.
The webinar will explore the following -
Did you know that there is a 90 day period in which employers can repay CJRS claims to which they are not entitled?Did you know that HMRC will have the power to make a company officer jointly and severally liable for the income tax charge arising from a CJRS payment in certain circumstances?Did you know that certain changes to National Minimum Wage legislation (NMW) affecting work classification have taken place and employers must act?
What can attendees expect from the session?
To find out some of the complexities of the CJRS scheme, recent experience on how HMRC may enforce compliance, insight into other considerations in bringing employees back to work and information on the employment changes both recently implemented and coming in soon.This is an online event. To attend, book below. We will provide a joining link before the event.
Susie sits on the Private Business Leadership Team for the UK and is also Head of Private Client Services for the UK firm. She leads our Scottish Private Business practice and has worked with entrepreneurs, privately owned and private equity backed businesses throughout her 19 year career in tax. Susie specialises in all aspects of corporate and personal taxation for private businesses and their owners/senior management. She is a qualified tax lawyer and joined PwC thirteen years ago following five years of experience in law firms in London and Edinburgh. Karen Parkinson
Karen is a Chartered Accountant and Chartered Tax Advisor with more than twenty years of experience consulting on employment taxes and management reward. She combines that with the practical knowledge gained from a financial services in-house reward role to advise employers, management and shareholders on structuring incentives and all tax matters related to employment.Website/Social Channels: https://www.pwc.co.uk/services/human-resource-services.html
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