TERS – Final Extension announced – FINAL opportunity to claim – Do not Miss out!

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We have seen many changes with the COVID-19 Temporary Employee Relief Scheme (TERS) applications and processes over the last 5 months, but we have still had success with most of our applications.

Department of Labour has announced a further extension on TERS claims to 15th September 2020.

The 1st July to 15th August 2020 claim period is now open and we await the opening of the period of 16th August to 15th September 2020 – Although TERS is still processing April and May 2020 claims for those who have not yet applied, this is expected to close by 15 September 2020 with final TERS applications deadline for June to 15 September claims by 30 October 2020.

We can assist you should you still require assistance with TERS applications and/or queries that may have arisen with your application.

Note that most of the rejected TERS applications have arisen due to u-filing errors rather than the actual TERS applications. Did you know that you are required to register each employee separately on u-filing even if you (as the employer) have registered with SARS for Employees Tax, UIF and SDL levies? We can also assist you with this u-filing requirement which is critical for any TERS or UIF claims.

We are here to assist you with the administrative support for the submission of the TERS or U-filing claims so don’t miss out on this opportunity to take advantage of this crucial initiative that enables you to obtain some relief for your employees during this lockdown.

Please contact me to help you with this relief or u-filing applications as we are here to assist you to navigate this challenging period in your business.

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