Angie Crush, partner in the employment department at Thomas Mansfield, was quoted by Accountancy Age talking about HMRC’s plans to introduce a 30-day window of opportunity for businesses to ‘confess’ of any errors or deliberate abuse of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS). Angie believes that the main challenge will be for HMRC to distinguish incompetent employers from fraudulent ones. They may be able to do this by identifying the timeframe of the CJRS claims. She also talks about clear-cut examples of abuse. Read the full article here.
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