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Construction Industry

Contractor responsibilities to avoid big penalties

Confirm status of those engaged either self employed or employed ( see below)

Subcontractor / partnership / company verification prior to payment

Re- verification of the above if not used within current or previous two tax years

Making appropriate deductions or paying gross only after verification procedures completed

Filing complete and correct CIS Returns by 19th of each month

Factors to help determine Self employed status

No right to ongoing work

No obligation to accept work

Right of substitution

Own personal accident and public liability insurance

Payments on completion of task not hourly

Financially responsible for rectification costs

Own tools, equipment and clothing

Advertise, tender, price and quote for work in their own right

Flexibility to work when they want to

No notice period

No attendance at staff parties and functions

No expenses reimbursement


Own employees or subcontractors

Own vehicle, logo, branding

No disciplinary procedures

Items covered under CIS


Installation of air conditioning, heating, lighting, drainage, sanitation, power supply

Profit on materials

Travelling costs


Plant hire with operator

Demolition and repair of buildings

Painting and decorating

Internal cleaning as part of construction process

Architects and surveyors managing construction projects

Mixed service contracts including both the above and exempt services ( see below) beware !

CIS exempt services when invoiced separately

External cleaning

Security & Fire Safety equipment and systems

Carpet fitting

Architects and Surveyors design beware project management ( see above)

Minor repair of installed systems

Why choose our full in-house service

Your One Stop Shop

Let us take care of the paperwork headache and the ever increasing regulatory requirements whilst freeing up your time to focus on running your business

Avoid unnecessary penalties, fines, and interest charges for missed deadlines and failing to comply with regulations

Better quality accounting records means faster turnaround of accounts to support business and financing decisions

Real time monitoring of business performance and position to quickly identify opportunities, trends, and problems requiring attention

Possible cost savings on IT and manpower

Packages available:
3 star 4 star 5 star
Annual Quarterly Monthly
Sole trader and Partnership registration
New company formation
New employer / Contractor registration
VAT registration
Bookkeeping service including VAT returns
Full payroll / CIS service includes setup, starters and leavers, subcontractor verifications, monthly processing including payslips, RTI filing and year end procedures
Company secretarial service includes, company annual return, dividend paperwork, all companies house forms and filing
Telephone and email support
Annual accounts , review meeting and recommendations
Quarterly management accounts, review meeting and recommendations - -
Monthly management accounts, review meeting and recommendations - -
Cashflow and profit forecasting
Personal tax returns
Partnership tax returns
Company tax returns
Optional consultancy service available upon request

Optional consultancy Service available upon request

Bespoke packages also available

All packages payable by monthly standing order

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