Member Since: 28th May 2012
30th Jul 2020
Yes he is. He has been receiving a monthly salary for years. We have submitted furlough claims for him whilst he was on full furlough with no problems.
29th Jun 2020
As I understand it, you can submit your claim up to 14 days before the pay date. So for payslips dated 3 July, you can submit the claim any time after 19 June. So you can claim for the hours worked in the week ended 26 June now and pay out on 3 July.
Hope this helps.
19th Jun 2020
Good idea. Possibly also worth speaking to an HR specialist about the contract point
11th Jun 2020
Yes this was what we used to calculate the gross furlough amounts, employers NI and employers pension. What I am trying to do now is work out how much of the total PAYE liability for the employer relates to these amounts, which is not covered by the guidance.
11th Jun 2020
The furlough claim has been made. To do this, we calculated gross pay, employers NI and employers pension being reclaimed. We then ran the payroll and calculated the PAYE, NI etc on the whole earnings for the period. We don't have any separate calculations of the deductions which relate to furlough claim as opposed to other earnings which were funded by the employer.
13th May 2020
Just an update on this, in case anyone else has clients in the same situation. One client decided they would include the tronc in the calculation of their furlough claim for April, which was submitted and paid before the end of the month. After the cash was received, the guidance was updated on the HMRC website to make it clear that all tips of tips and Tronc payments have to be excluded from the furlough pay calculation. Whilst the clarity is welcome, it does put the client who claimed based on the earlier, much vaguer, guidance in a difficult position.
29th Apr 2020
I have had problems submitting VAT returns at the moment. I have been trying to submit through Xero and getting an error that just says 'the return could not be filed'. I assume this must be the same issue?
20th Apr 2020
I have quite a few clients where we have submitted FBI2 and/or been authorised by them online via their own PAYE online accounts. These all show 'limited authorisation' on our client list and I can't submit CJRS claims for them. How do we work around this?
17th Apr 2020
My reading of this is it is the average of earnings for 2019/20 up to when they were furloughed. So if they were furloughed half way through March, you include the first half of March.
But I think this is only for variably paid employees. Anyone on a salary is based purely on their last reported salary before 19 March, so for most people that will be their February salary.
17th Apr 2020
Sorry just one more point - the guidance on this site says that Tronc payments are included although tips are not. There is nothing to say where this information came from, can anyone clarify?