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It’s hardly surprising, given the reams of HMRC guidance and conflicting information on the definition of actual hours, that many AccountingWEB readers have been venting their frustration around how the revised Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS 2.0) has been set up, labelling it a “complicated mess”.
We’ve considered CJRS 2.0 previously, taking guidance from our technical experts Kate Upcraft and Rebecca Benneyworth during last week’s Coronavirus response Q&A webinar and Helen Thornley, ATT technical officer, and Kirsty McGregor, founder of The Corporate Finance Network on Tuesday’s Any Answers Live webinar.
This article highlights more of your most asked questions from those two webinars.
The question of usual hours remains a headache, as there are conflicting sources of guidance as to how the calculation works. As the ICAEW has highlighted, there are currently three different answers to the question of what “Bob’s” usual working hours should be based on a 35-hour working week.
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