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Update on *SEISS* *Self Employment Income Support Scheme* 80% of 3 months’ profit (based on previous 3 years’ tax returns) Eligible individuals will be able to apply from middle of this month onwards. *To claim you will need your: 1. UTR 2. National Insurance number 3. Bank account number and sort code you want HMRC to pay the grant into 4. Government Gateway user ID and password - if you do not have a user ID, you can create one by clicking on this link: https://www.access.service.gov.uk/registration/email *Check if you’re eligible to claim* You can use an online tool to find out if you’re eligible to make a claim – please follow this link: https://www.tax.service.gov.uk/self-employment-support/enter-unique-taxpayer-reference According to current guidance, accountants are not allowed to make the claim for you using existing authority (it may change later). You must make the claim yourself. https://www.tax.service.gov.uk/self-employment-support/enter-unique-taxpayer-reference https://www.litrg.org.uk/tax-guides/coronavirus-guidance/coronavirus-self-employment-income-support-scheme
Universal CreditUniversal Credit is for people who are on a low income or out of work. It is usually paid as a single monthly payment to a whole household, and can include help towards childcare and housing costs. While self-employed people have always been able to access this scheme, the conditions to access it have been relaxed for the rest of the Coronavirus lockdown period. https://www.gov.uk/apply-universal-credit Deferring Self-Assessment Tax PaymentsIf you’re due to pay a self-assessment tax payment on account by 31 July 2020 but the impact of the coronavirus causes you difficulty in making payment by that date, then you may delay that payment until January 2021. Self-Employed Income Support SchemeThe Self-employment Income Support Scheme will offer support to self-employed individuals whose income has been negatively impacted by COVID-19. The scheme will provide up to £2,500 per month and will be accessible to the majority of self-employed drivers. https://www.gov.uk/guidance/claim-a-grant-through-the-coronavirus-covid-19-self-employment-income-support-scheme But any grant received will be treated as part of your self-employment income and may affect the amount of Universal Credit you get. Government-Backed LoansThe scheme is not directly provided by the government but is instead run through approved finance companies including all the major banks. The scheme gives you support to access a wide range of loans, including term loans, overdrafts, invoice finance and asset finance to help you with cashflow during the coronavirus pandemic period. ONLY if you have been receiving your payments through a separate business account then you are able to apply for the scheme through any one of the 40 approved lenders. https://www.british-business-bank.co.uk/ourpartners/coronavirus-business-interruption-loan-scheme-cbils-2/for-businesses-and-advisors/
I had a customer which was very rude to me and I asked him nicely to get off my car because of his attitude which I am not willing to accept. Guess what? He said to Uber in my car was smelling like marijuana, I was driving careless, speeding.....so on. Uber got me de-activated and had to wait to wait for them to listen to my side of the story while me not being able to make money to provide for my family!!! Uber Client always first and then the driver.... Be careful with strange customers, they can always make a serious allegation against you and by the time Uber will realise its all lies, you will lose days of work-we have no protection in this situations!