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My accounts are now due limited company.

I have 98% of my cis statements

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Hi my limited company accounts are now due I have bank statements, 98% cis vouchers, my problem is that my accountant has now told me that 2 cis vouchers are missing and they will have to be left off the tax rebate? I spoke to hmrc coonstruction industry scheme (CIS) payments and deductions and explained that two vouchers are missing and they explained to me that under covid 19 and we are in lockdown they would send myself and my accountant a print out of all cis tax deductions, so my books can be done.

He still will not do my books and tells me once I have the 2 cis vouchers he will then submit them at a later date but I want to close my ltd company once my books are done.

I feel he is holding me to ransom? I have proved that the two missing cis vouchers that the tax has been paid.

Any advice would be great I e.mail my accountant and never get a reply.

Thanks Nick

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By Calculatorboy
03rd May 2020 19:38

I think he's making a mountain out of a molehill, presumably the 2% missing was banked so it's simple job to calculate the tax , and to include assumption in letter of representation
End of problem

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By Calculatorboy
03rd May 2020 19:40

Ps you dont submit cis "vouchers "

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By ketteringUK
03rd May 2020 19:59

52 weeks so you're missing 1.04 statement. Can't this be reinstated from the bank statements? Besides, if you do online claim for cis ltd repayment then you have option of stating the approx repayment?

Of maybe there's no accountant in place and it's just a freeloading request for a free advise?

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By RichPort
03rd May 2020 20:16

I understand the reluctance to use the print out as more than once I have found the submission to HMRC by a contractor doesn't match what they put on the statement to the subcontractor. However I would suggest that if the accounts are due soon then it should be possible to work back from the payments on the bank statement to verify the printout and this approach would be perfectly acceptable?

If the accounts aren't due soon, and you plan to close the company down immediately after filing then I can understand the accountants desire for belt and braces to ensure the final CT600 filing is correct although I would say it is overkill.

Ultimately though if your accountant never replies, I would suggest now might be the time to find a new one?

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By NickAllen
03rd May 2020 21:50

Hi
Thanks for your replies I will approach him again I have been with him for 6 years but In the last 6 months I have felt a red flag, I contact them no more than 3 times a year.
He does all the payroll for the year and once the books and cis are done I pay within 1 day.
I have borrowed the money off my mum to pay the accountant due to the lockdown and I will pay it back at a later date.
If the country was not in lockdown their would not be a problem getting two cis payslips.

Thanks Nick

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