Self-employed grant: SEISS 2nd grant deadline falls next month – what's needed to apply?

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Self-employed grant: SEISS 2nd grant deadline falls next month – what's needed to apply?

The government provide examples of what could count as a business being “adversely affected” by coronavirus and there is broad scope in place.Self-

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The government provide examples of what could count as a business being “adversely affected” by coronavirus and there is broad scope in place.

Self-employed individuals could have been affected if they’ve had to stop working due to the fact that they are shielding, self-isolating, are on sick leave or have caring responsibilities because of coronavirus.

From a business perspective, a claimant will also qualify if they’ve had to scale down, temporarily stop trading or have incurred additional costs because:

  • their supply chain has been interrupted
  • they have fewer or no customers or clients
  • their staff are unable to come into work
  • one or more of their contracts have been cancelled
  • they had to buy protective equipment so they could trade following social distancing rules



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