CIS Administration

We can effectively manage your Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) administration and returns. We will ensure you’re compliant and up-to-date.

Sleep easy knowing you’re up-to-date

Trust us to keep you compliant! 

Under the Construction Industry Scheme (CIS), contractors must deduct a proportion from payments to subcontractors and pass it to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC). The deductions count as advance payments towards the subcontractor’s tax obligations.

If you are a Contractor, we will:

  • Provide support in setting you up as a CIS contractor and will explain your duties as a contractor.
  • Deal with and advise on scope queries.
  • Complete the verification of subcontractors – saving you valuable time.
  • Ensure the preparation and submission of monthly CIS returns to HMRC.

If you are a Subcontractor, we will:

  • Assist with invoicing contractors and scope queries.
  • Assist with registration and applications for gross status (if applicable).
  • Ensure that you can recover all your deductions as soon as possible, helping you with your cashflow.

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