JERSEY NEDS it's D-DAY tomorrow 30th Sept. [beware you may have tech problems]
The Schedule 2 deadline is tomorrow, as Directors [and PTCs] need to be registered by 30 September 23.59hrs.
However, beware: several people have struggled to register due to "technical issues". So, try today [Friday]. If, for whatever reason, you cannot submit your application contact the JFSC [ https://lnkd.in/et_HP3AK ] and let them know that you have tried. Also try and print and keep your evidence.
As an update – on Friday lunchtime they also posted.
- We are aware of an intermittent technical issue affecting myJFSC and other Microsoft customers which is outside of our direct control, and currently means the portal is running slowly.
- This may be preventing directors who are registering as a Schedule 2 business from submitting information ahead of the 30 September 2023 deadline.
- We apologise for any inconvenience caused. If you are able to submit information then please continue to do so.
- If not, we will continue to provide further updates in due course.
Also, for those updating the JFSC with "WORKBOOKS" remember they recently said they were struggling - https://lnkd.in/ecBtCQtv
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