MFW Corona Virus Covid-19 Update

Posted by karengray - April 1, 2021 3:00 pm Coronavirus COVID-19 Hub page

This page is regularly updated to bring you the latest help and advice during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Contacting us

Due to the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic and following advice from the government most of our staff continue to work remotely from home. Following more recent guidelines some of our offices are opening up for clients who need to drop off books and papers but there are strict arrangements per office to ensure we keep clients and our colleagues as safe as possible during this time and so that we can maintain social distancing. To find out more details about opening times for a particular MFW office please click here.

Rest assured that we are working hard to deliver you the same high service we normally do through these challenging times.  As part of this we have carried out a risk assessment at each of our offices to ensure we safeguard clients, visitors and colleagues during this time.  You can view this below:

Extension to CJRS and loan scheme

The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) until the end of September. For more details on the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme please refer to our dedicated CJRS page.

Self-employment Income Support Scheme

The Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) is a government initiative designed to help provide support for self-employed individuals whose businesses have been adversely affected by COVID-19. For more details on the SEISS Grant and how to apply please scroll down the page.

You can find more details about SEISS on our dedicated SEISS page.

Other support available

During the pandemic there has been a host of measures introduced by the government to assist businesses, self-employed and employed individuals. For more details on all the current support available to you please visit the GOV.UK website for the latest information.

Business Support

Worker Support

COVID-19 Spamming & Phishing

Please be very mindful that in this stressing times there remain unscrupulous people who think nothing of trying to steal money from others due to phishing, spamming and other bogus activities.

For an update on COVID-19 spamming and phishing click here.