I have a client who repairs agricultural equipment. He operates in a partnership, and does not have any employees. He uses subcontractors when additional labour is needed.
Company A is developing a property. It is using as its main subcontractor company B. Mr X owns both companies.
A CIS contractor that i have been dealing with as a sole trader wants to set up as a limited company to avoid paying such high tax as he is self employed.
We process payroll for a couple of recruitment agencies and one of them is looking to move into the construction sector.
Members of the community have thrashed out at the “accusatory” tone of a letter sent by HMRC headed “Dealing with dishonest tax agents”.
We incorporated a CIS client last year.
The PAYE/CIS registrations for the new company have taken months for HMRC to process, and this has resulted in problems.
A client has had to make a settlement for an earlier year for non decuction of CIS.
the subbie has already paid the tax due on these amounts in any event.
Company is a CIS sub-contractor and currently pays PAYE quarterly after off-setting CIS tax deducted from the payments it receives from contractors.
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