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The rules of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) are set out in Treasury Direction No 1 and Treasury Direction No 2, which are supplemented by a series of guidance documents issued by HMRC:
Check if you can claim for your employees' wages through the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme
Check if your employer can use the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme
Check which employees you can put on furlough to use the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme
Work out 80% of your employees' wages to claim through the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme
Claim for wages through the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme
In order to be eligible to furlough employees under the CJRS, employers must have:
created and started a pay as you earn (PAYE) payroll schem
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