Government to front 80% of wages up to £2500/month Government to front 80% of wages up to £2500/month
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    Default Government to front 80% of wages up to £2500/month

    So er.... anyone thinking what I'm thinking?

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    What, claim your £300? I'm assuming they're going to be smart enough to call it an average.

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    Self employed to be able to claim statutory sick pay as a benefit

    Self assessment payments deferred to Jan 2021 (er, wasn't that when they were anyway?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by PerfectStorm View Post
    Self employed to be able to claim statutory sick pay as a benefit

    Self assessment payments deferred to Jan 2021 (er, wasn't that when they were anyway?)
    Depending on income you pay in June and January.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PerfectStorm View Post
    So er.... anyone thinking what I'm thinking?
    If you are thinking of giving yourself a big pay rise, then yes!

    How ironic that they are going to give us back (and more) all the money we wasted on insurance / IPSE membership to protect ourselves from them!


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    Quote Originally Posted by PerfectStorm View Post
    Self assessment payments deferred to Jan 2021 (er, wasn't that when they were anyway?)
    That’s what I thought

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    “ Companies and organisations will be able to apply for a grant from HMRC to cover the wages of people who are not working due to coronavirus shutdowns, but who haven’t been laid off.”

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    WTF? That is billions of pounds and who is going to regulate it. So the govt will keep paying 2.5k per month for zombie employees??
    Vote Corbyn ! Save this country !

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    Quote Originally Posted by fullyautomatix View Post
    WTF? That is billions of pounds and who is going to regulate it. So the govt will keep paying 2.5k per month for zombie employees??
    Fill your boots!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fullyautomatix View Post
    WTF? That is billions of pounds and who is going to regulate it. So the govt will keep paying 2.5k per month for zombie employees??
    Every company to become public sector in nature

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