Special tax rules apply to subcontractors working in the construction industry. The Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) outlines these rules and how payments are to be processed by contractors.
With specialist experience within the construction industry, Perrys' specialist accountants can assist in the specialist tax rules applied to firms operating within the construction industry. Our expert team can confidently guide your business and assist with the following:
Our accountants provide a full-service managed accountancy package to help to keep your tax, VAT, and specialist tax issues in good order.
As the Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) outlines the rules between contractor and subcontractor payment deductions, there are often tax refunds due to subcontractors. In this situation, Perrys can assist in reclaiming these overpayments with our comprehensive CIS Tax Return service.
A subcontractor is defined as someone who performs work for a contractor, and is not currently employed under PAYE.
In this situation, a subcontractor typically invoices the contractor for the work. A subcontractor is a self-employed business with their own accounts to prepare.
Our specialist team of building and construction industry certified accountants are able to help subcontractors prepare CIS tax returns, accounts and other paperwork needed to keep them HMRC compliant.
Our team work alongside businesses operating throughout London and Kent. We can also help businesses within the South East of England and further afield with construction tax accounting issues and VAT queries.
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