ANNOUNCED TODAY: Income support scheme for Self-Employed & Freelancers The key points: The scheme will pay 80% of the average monthly profits over last 3 years (although if there are less than three year’s filling HMRC will look at what you do have) for up to £2,500 per month. The support is targeted – it will only be available to anyone with trading profits up to £50k, who the majority of income is from self-employment and only those who had a tax return for 2019 can apply. If you are eligible you will be contacted directly, you will need to fill out a simple form and then the grant will be paid straight to your bank. Anyone who missed the filing deadline in January will have four weeks to submit your tax return. If you have missed your filling and would like support, please get in touch with our team at email@example.com #elevateyourbusiness #smallbusinesssupport #businessadvice #covid19support #selfemployed #freelancesupport
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