Guest Flash Posted June 3, 2020 Share Posted June 3, 2020 (edited) 16 hours ago, parsforlife said: Though I’ve yet to see the details of how stage 2 of furlough will work but it’s suggested part-time work maybe allowed, in which case we can possibly start earlier depending on how things are arranged. Full details of how part-time work will fit in will be published on 12 June. This is how I think it works, but clubs will need to look at the detailed guidance when it is published, plus I might be wrong about the stuff that has been published. I think the basic plan is that if an employee works part-time, the employer pays for those hours and claims the grant for the hours that weren’t worked. Outline is in the grey box at the top of the page in the link. I think that means if footballers were back playing, they would be doing their normal hours for the club, so there would be no furlough support. I guess from July normal hours would include playing some games, so maybe a partial claim could be made if they are training but not playing. Once they are playing, they are doing their full normal hours, so I imagine there will be no furlough grants to clubs at all from that point. https://www.gov.uk/guidance/claim-for-wage-costs-through-the-coronavirus-job-retention-scheme The tapering of support is shown on this page. https://www.gov.uk/government/news/chancellor-extends-self-employment-support-scheme-and-confirms-furlough-next-steps The amount of support is unchanged until the end of July, although employees can do some work from 1 July (which the employer must pay for). From 1 August, HMRC will stop paying employer’s NI and pension, but still pay 80% of furloughed wages (subject to the £2,500 cap), employer pays wages for time worked. From 1 September, HMRC will pay 70% of furloughed wages subject to a cap of £2,187, the employer has to pay 10% of furloughed wages, plus all the wage for time worked. From 1 October, HMRC will pay 60% of furloughed wages subject to a cap of £1,875, the employer pays 20% of furloughed wages, plus all the wage for time worked. Eta furlough ends on 31 October. Edited June 3, 2020 by Flash 0 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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