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CORONAVIRUS - COMPANY LAW - 26.01.2021

Temporary rule relaxations and deadline extensions

As the country finds itself in another national lockdown, companies are yet again having to adapt to new rules at the last minute. Over the last few months, various company law rules were relaxed and deadlines extended. What’s the position now, and for how long?
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DATA PROTECTION - 26.01.2021

Data protection and coronavirus

Central hub. The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) is reminding businesses about its free online data protection and coronavirus information hub (see The next step ). As well as explaining the ICO’s regulatory approach during the pandemic and recovery phase, the information hub contains guidance on data protection in relation to testing, surveillance and individual rights. Where appropriate, the hub also links to other ICO guidance which can help you remain compliant with data protection laws, e.g. its working from home guidance. ...
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SELF-ASSESSMENT - 25.01.2021

Self-assessment late filing penalties cancelled

HMRC has today announced that self-assessment taxpayers will not receive a late filing penalty. What does this mean?
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CORONAVIRUS - 25.01.2021

CJRS payments calculator warning

Another exclusion has been added to HMRC’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) calculator. If you use it to work out how much you can claim, what do you need to know?
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CORONAVIRUS - 25.01.2021

Are staff entitled to time off to get the vaccine?

With the coronavirus vaccine due to start being rolled out to the general working age population in February 2021, are employees entitled to time off work to get their jabs?
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SELF ASSESSMENT - 22.01.2021

Tax due? Set up time to pay

With just over a week to go until the filing deadline for 2019/20 tax returns, HMRC has reminded taxpayers that using its time-to-pay system is an option. What’s different about it this year?
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CORONAVIRUS - 03.11.2020

Can an employee sue you if they catch coronavirus at work?

Many employees are back at their normal place of work, either permanently or for the odd day. If such an employee catches coronavirus and claims this happened at work, can they sue you?
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CORONAVIRUS - 15.01.2021

Asking about an employee’s coronavirus vaccine status

Coronavirus vaccines have now been approved and are being rolled out. Can you insist that an employee discloses whether they’ve had the vaccine or is it none of your business?
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CORONAVIRUS - 03.11.2020

Job Support Scheme: open or closed?

The Job Support Scheme (JSS) will operate once the extended furlough scheme ends. It consists of two parts - “JSS Open” and “JSS Closed”. What’s the difference between the two?
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