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COVID-19: Second lump sum for self-employed

HMRC has confirmed the same eligibility criteria will be used to establish self-employed individuals’ entitlement to a furtherSEISS grant; the grant will be 70 rather than 80% of average earnings for three months and the maximum amount will be capped at £6,570, down from the £7,500 for the first grant. Applications will open in August and HMRC expects to publish further guidance on 12 June.



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