Coronavirus Business Support

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Isle of Man Government announced measures designed to support businesses and self-employed persons in the Isle of Man.

For the latest information regarding COVID-19 in the Isle of Man, please visit: https://covid19.gov.im/

 

COVID-19 Financial Support Schemes Data

On 3rd May 2022 the Isle of Man Government has published details of payments made under the various Coronavirus support schemes.

To view the data, follow the links below to view details of applicants who received financial assistance under the following schemes:

◉ Coronavirus Business Support Scheme (Round 1)

◉ Coronavirus Business Support Scheme (Round 2)

◉ Coronavirus Business Support Scheme (Round 3) - Revised version published 5th May 2022

◉ Coronavirus Business Support Scheme (Round 4)

◉ Coronavirus Business Support Scheme (Round 5) 

◉ Coronavirus Business Support Scheme (Round 6)

◉ Coronavirus Business Support Scheme (Round 7) 

◉ Business Premises Support Scheme

◉ Business Premises Support Scheme - July 2021

◉ Business Premises Support Scheme - August 2021

◉ Coronavirus Business Support Scheme - Circuit Break Lockdown (Round 1)

◉ Coronavirus Business Support Scheme - Circuit Break Lockdown (Round 2)

◉ Coronavirus Recovery Scheme - Business Adaptation

◉ Coronavirus Recovery Scheme - Business Overheads

◉ December Disruption Scheme

◉ Hospitality Transition Support Scheme

◉ Winter Disruption Scheme

◉ Strategic Capacity Scheme (Rounds 1-7)

◉ Strategic Capacity Scheme (Rounds 8 & 9)

◉ Salary Support Scheme

 

COVID-19 Financial Support Schemes Fraud

COVID-19 Financial Support Scheme Fraud is an offence in accordance with the Financial Provisions and Currency Act 2011. Within the Act it states that ‘A person who provides false, incomplete, or misleading information in connection with an application under this Scheme commits an offence’. The maximum penalty is a fine of level 5 on the standard scale and/or six months in custody.

Someone could be charged with committing fraud if there is evidence that they:

◉ Intentionally did not report a change in their circumstances affecting their claim for financial assistance within the scheme, thus making the application ineligible.

◉ Being dishonest in order to get financial assistance to which they are not entitled.

To find out more, or report suspected scheme fraud, click here

 

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