Bloggs and co are registered under CIS scheme but mainly work for householders. They are having trouble understanding why they should deduct tax via CIS from the very occasional subcontractor.
We are all aware that tax offices across the country have a secret store room of unopened post bags, letters that go unopened - let alone unanswered for weeks.
My client always happy to be erring on the side of caution.
Can anyone help.I have been chasing several refund claims that total over £200000.P35's were submitted well before the due date ,and when following up via the PAYE helpline I was advised to write t
Contracting client uses self employed sub-contractors. They have been approached by a company who will act as an intermediary and the intermediary will operate a contract for services with the sub
We're considering taking on a new client who has his own Limited Company and is registered as a subcontractor under CIS. Given the 20% CIS tax deduction at source, does anybody have any tips on all
I act for a Ltd company with one director/shareholder. The company has gross payment status for work it does within CIS. The director's personal tax return entries for 2009/10 meant that for 2010
Hi all, any advice helpful
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