There have been updates and yet more updates to the JRS. Now we have reached Part II of the JRS and since the announcement of the ‘bonus’ scheme, BUFDG are very pleased to welcome back Caroline Jones from BDO to guide universities through the complex calculation process and letting us know what to do if mistakes have been made (and what those mistakes are likely to have been).
Caroline and her team will also go through the recent ‘bonus’ scheme on the details known so far (waiting for further government guidance). If you have any questions on JRS, calculations, eligibility, future actions or anything you would specifically like Caroline to cover, please email Julia.
A link to join the meeting will be sent with your order confirmation. If you don't receive this please contact Gill Birch.
This webinar is part of the UHR SummerWise* season of learning resources, webinars and blogs from some of our favourite sector voices.
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