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Updated national minimum wage rates

The national minimum and living wage rates have changed with effect from 1 April 2020.  If any clients need help implementing the rate increases please get it in contact on 01259 211210   The new rates are: £8.72 per hour – 25 years old and over £8.20 per hour – ...

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Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme – key changes

Following on from our earlier blog, the key changes to this scheme as at 4th April 2020 are:   - Employees can work for another employer if allowed to in their contract of employment and in compliance with Public Health Guidance; - They can be furloughed multiple times provided each ...

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Coronavirus – Annual Leave change of rules

The government announces it is allowing workers to carry over up to four weeks (not 5.6 weeks) annual leave into the next two leave years. See government announcement   If anyone needs guidance on annual leave or any other employment law/contract matter please call our office on 01259 211210

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Coronavirus – self employment income support scheme

The following information is kindly provided to us, for information purpose, by Nick Dott, McDaid & Partners, (Nick Dott Business Asssociate.   The Chancellor on Thursday evening announced a new self-employed income support scheme, to provide further support to the self-employed through the Coronavirus pandemic. Who is the scheme ...

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Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme

The following information has been helpfully provided by Nick Dott, Chartered Accountant, McDaid & Partners ( and one of our Business Associates: We would stress that the following isn’t finalised or official guidance yet, but we hope that it is useful to understand how the treasury and HMRC are planning ...

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COVID 19 – Proposed help for Freelancers and Self Employed

  Proposed help for ‘Freelancers’ and ‘self-employed’ An amendment has been proposed to the Coronavirus Bill which, if accepted, would bring into being Statutory Self-Employment Pay. This would mean that “freelancers” and “self-employed” would receive guaranteed earnings of: a) 80% of their monthly net earnings, averaged of a period of ...

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