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CIS Return

CIS Return

We have just taken on a new client who is both a sub contractor and contracts in staff, CIS both ways, the records are kept on Quickbooks but there are limited entries for April 19, it doesnt appear that the CIS is filed via Q/Books and the previous accountant is unable to provide me with the information as to how the returns were filed due to a member of staff / partner leaving. There are no payrolled employees. I have the Paye Ref and Employer Office Referencer nos. how do I get a return filed by tomorrow.

 

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16th May 2019 17:19

In a dire emergency, probably HMRC's own CIS offering (which I haven't used for a long time) will save the day.

What do you normally use for payroll and CIS ?

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to lionofludesch
16th May 2019 18:39

Is the HMRC offering that bad? I would not have thought this situation had that many sub-sub contractors.

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to johnhemming
16th May 2019 18:48

Bit clunky but I used it for years without much of a problem.

I was thinking more along the lines of what were his longer term plans for the future.

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to lionofludesch
16th May 2019 19:15

It sounds like he is in an emergency at the moment.

I have picked up a couple of contractors/subcontractors as clients recently and am looking into writing an interface into CIS, but I am not sure it is necessary for small volumes. I might just write something which extracts the CIS information from the cashbook.

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By Matrix
16th May 2019 19:45

Assuming you have an agent PAYE then use Moneysoft.

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to Matrix
17th May 2019 08:46

Agree. We use Moneysoft and it dealt well with a client who was a contractor and sub-contractor and had employed staff as well.

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By CW2012
17th May 2019 09:15

Thanks for the replies, we use Sage payroll. I am going to try to use the HMRC's portal.

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to CW2012
17th May 2019 10:22

CW2012 wrote:

Thanks for the replies, we use Sage payroll.

Oh dear.

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to lionofludesch
17th May 2019 13:09

That was my first thought, too.

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