Article preview: HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has written to another 11,000 people, seeking more information about their claims for self-employment income support scheme payments. The latest investigatory letters follow 24,000 sent to self-employed people last year, in respect of claims where the self-employed individual said they had ceased trading due to the pandemic. There have been three rounds of grant payments to date for the Self-Employed Income Support Scheme, with around £18.5 billion worth of grants paid to self-employed people whose profits were affected by Covid-19.
More self-employed income support scheme investigations
This 329-word blog post explains why HMRC is writing to 11,000 more self-employed people to query their application for a self-employed income support scheme grant payment. Written on 26th February 2021.
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