Who is covered by CIS The Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) covers most construction work to buildings, including site preparation, decorating and refurbishment. Mainstream contractors If your business is construction and you pay subcontractors for construction work, you’re a ‘mainstream’ contractor…. Read More ›
Employed Construction Industry
Why is construction accounting different? If you work in the construction industry, you’ll know there’s rarely a fixed business structure. The site manager probably doesn’t employ the other people working on a project. They are likely to be a contractor… Read More ›
All contractors must register with HMRC for the Construction Industry Scheme. Subcoactors who do not wish to have deductions made from their payments at the higher rate of deduction should also register with HMRC. HMRC will provide registration details that… Read More ›
To be paid correctly by a contractor, make sure you give them the same legal business name or trading name you gave when you registered for the Construction Industry Scheme (CIS). Please speak to your accountant or adviser if your not sure… Read More ›
Welcome to one of our regular series for new business starts ups. On weekly basis, we deal with a number of new Construction business starting up and we get asked a lot of questions in the building trade. We do our… Read More ›
Are you Employed working in the construction industry in the UK, you might be entitled to a tax refund!
If you’re employed in construction (PAYE), and drive your own vehicle to different sites, there’s a good chance HMRC owes you a tax refund of up to £2,500. And, if you have to pay for them yourself, you can also… Read More ›