Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme guidance updates 25th February 2021

HMRC have applied further updated (25th February 2021) to the guidance for the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme:

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AllCallout box amended   Claims for furlough days in February 2021 must be made by 15 March 2021  
Check if your employer can use the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (Employee Page)To advise that more information on training is available by searching Career Skills and Training on GOV.UK. To update the section ‘Details of your claim that will be publicly available’ to highlight that employees can use their Personal Tax account to see if they were included in any December 2020 claims. 
Check if you can claim for your employee’s wages through the Coronavirus Job Retention SchemeTo advise that more information on training is available by searching Career Skills and Training on GOV.UK. To update the section ‘Details of your claim that will be publicly available to highlight that employees can use their Personal Tax account to see if they were included in any December 2020 claims.
Check which employees you can put on furlough to use the Coronavirus Job Retention SchemeTo remove some erroneous text showing only on this page in the link to Claim your employee’s wages online.
Employers who have claimed through the Coronavirus Job Retention SchemeTo upload employer’s December claims in bandwidths.

Latest figures show that in January, more than 4.7 million jobs were protected in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland due to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme.

PAYadvice.UK 25/2/2021

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