Those whose trade has been affected by the Coronavirus can now apply for the second wave of support from the government.
The new Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) will pay up to £6,750 and will be the final hand-out for those whose business has been affected due to the Coronavirus.
Businesses that have traded for all three years with profits no more than £50,000 are eligible for the scheme.
The claims window is initially open for a four-day period but anyone who thinks they may be eligible and hasn't been contacted by HMRC has until October to make a claim.
The first grant in May saw £7.8billion in taxable grants claimed by 2.7million people.
To apply, this time around you will need to confirm your business has been affected by the virus since July 14.
If you think you are eligible and have not been contacted by the HMRC, you can go online which will tell you if you are eligible. Click the link below to be redirected to the website.
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