Travel rules and CIS What travel and subsistence expenses can be paid in the building trade without incurring a tax liability? Are there any other consequences of reimbursing travel costs?
Getting ready for new CIS - An agent’s nightmare? Many smaller firms will probably have by now decided that the likelihood of their smaller contractors keeping up with the new system is slim indeed, and be planning their campaign of support for their beleaguered clients.
Getting ready for the new CIS What do contractors and subcontractors need to do now to be as prepared as possible for the new scheme? How will it differ?
Who are deemed contractors in the new CIS? Some businesses have to operate the construction industry tax deduction scheme even when they are not actually within the building trade. Under the new scheme, there are two types of deemed contractor who will be liable to operate CIS on payments they make to subcontractors for building work.
Employment status and CIS post-Demibourne Contractors of every size will need to review the employment status of their workers for each engagement, as once a month they will sign a declaration that they have done so, and are satisfied that the workers are self employed.
Surviving the New CIS - Sage whitepaper
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