Revenue confirms eligible businesses can now register and make a claim for the Business Resumption Support Scheme (BRSS)

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Revenue confirms eligible businesses can now register and make a claim for the Business Resumption Support Scheme (BRSS)

Revenue has today confirmed that eligible businesses can now register for BRSS via the e-Registration facility in ROS. Registration is a necessary first step for businesses to access the scheme.

Once registered, eligible businesses can make a claim at any time up to 30 November 2021 for the single payment support via the eRepayments facility in ROS.

The BRSS is a targeted support for companies, self-employed individuals, partnerships as well as certain charities and sporting bodies that carry on a trade that was significantly impacted by Covid-19 public health restrictions, including where the impact has continued after the easing of the restrictions.

The scheme is available to businesses that were actively trading on 1 September 2021 and intend to continue doing so. More information here with detailed guidelines below.

 

See guidelines here