Furlough scheme extended until September

Alongside SEISS grants

John Brazier
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Furlough scheme extended until September

Employers expected to begin making 10% contributions as of July, rising to 20% in August, to CJRS

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has extended the UK furlough scheme through to end of September this year. The new extension to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS), applied to the whole of the UK, will cover 80% of wages for those not working due to the pandemic, it was announced in today's Spring Budget. However, Sunak detailed that employers will be expected to make a "small contribution of just 10%" towards payments to CJRS from July, rising to 20% in August and September as governmen...

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