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What is a CIS Monthly Return?

The Construction Industry Scheme helps regulate the payments construction contractors make to subcontractors who carry out work for them. They must complete…

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VAT Reverse Charge for the Construction Industry Launches 1st March

On the 1st March this year, the UK VAT ‘reverse charge’ will apply to VAT-registered businesses in the Construction Industry Scheme (CIS)….

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IR35 Changes Delayed Due to Coronavirus COVID-19

Preparations for private-sector changes to IR35 are on hold whilst businesses address the impact of coronavirus. Why has IR35 been delayed for…

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An overview of the Construction Industry Scheme (CIS)

Construction work usually involves subcontractors undertaking tasks for contractors. The money paid to the former has to be handled in a specific…

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Do I Need to Pay Tax Through CIS?

If you’re a subcontractor working for a contractor, they might deduct tax from your pay, and pay it to HMRC through the…

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How Do I Authorise An Agent for PAYE and CIS?

Tax is fairly straight forward for the majority of taxpayers. An employer deals with tax deductions and payments, and even pensions in…

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