What is penalty for incorrectly claiming SEISS gra

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By Wanderer
11th Aug 2021 17:55

What does your research say about this?

Considering this, & also your previous question, are you an accountant?

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By DKB-Sheffield
11th Aug 2021 18:44

Between £0 and £7,500 per grant - plus repayment of the grant. It all depends on the case.

If the actual question was "How much is the penalty so my client (or I) can decide if it's worth taking the risk on claiming the 5th grant and paying the penalty if found out...?" that's over to you!

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By DKB-Sheffield
11th Aug 2021 18:43

Incidentally, please define the term "incorrect". Do you mean in hindsight, or do you mean it's a new claim you know is incorrect before it is made?

The two have very different meanings, and carry very different sanctions.

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By SXGuy
11th Aug 2021 19:23

It's free money ain't it.

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By Paul Crowley
11th Aug 2021 20:25

As per normal
There will be no reply from this person that claims to have clients

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By DKB-Sheffield
11th Aug 2021 20:50

Not sure he was actually still "with us" by the end of the question?!

Perhaps he's still scurrying around trying to find some spare "N"s "T"s and "S"s.

I accept he may have been caught by the character limit but there's plenty of space in the sub heading and description section to add a few missing consonan....!

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By atleastisoundknowledgable...
11th Aug 2021 22:05

You mean where (s)he’s written “as above”? ie referencing an incomplete sentence? There’s no question posed in this OP.

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By New To Accountancy
12th Aug 2021 08:37

Hi, I think he means the N,T and S that follows GRA, in the heading. The same letters missing from consonaNTS

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