Hopefully one of you can advise me! This is the first time since i've come across this situation and not entirely sure how to deal with it.
A “jobbing” builder has won an appeal against penalties of £7,000 for failing to comply with Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) tax rules.
The government is consulting on the operation of the construction industry scheme (CIS).
Client used to do CIS work now PAYE but wants to do some work when he can. Not done any for a couple of years, however.
In a supply and fix contract e.g.
i have a new client and on reviewing the tax payments i see that last year he has had to pay CIS that had not been deducted as he paid the subbie gross.
I'm sorry this is probably said elsewhere but I just wanted to check this, again.
A client underpaid an application by 20%, we assumed that the client had paid the goods plus VAT less the CIS proportion.
Hello all, this should be a simple one, just need clarification.
Are small contractors allowed to remit CIS quarterly in the same way that small employers are or must CIS be remitted monthly?
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