Our clients rely on us to minimise their commercial risk, save them money, remove the worry of HMRC investigations and reduce their administrative work.
At Jackson Accountants, we offer a simple, reliable and efficient service. That way, you will stay CIS Construction Industry Scheme compliant, and maximise your company’s profitability.
With more than 30 years’ experience in taxation and accounting associated with the construction industry and the self-employed, we understand the many pressures that are associated in the construction businesses.
Who is a sub contractor under the CIS: Construction Industry Scheme?
Under the rules of CIS, you’re a subcontractor if you agree to do construction work for a contractor. It doesn’t matter how you actually carry out the work – you could do it yourself, get your employees to do it, use your own subcontractors or make some other arrangement. Some examples are as follows:
- Sole traders, partnerships and companies that do construction work for contractors.
- Gang leaders, who contract to do work for a contractor and are paid for the work done by their gang.
- Labour agencies, and staff bureaux that use their own workers to do construction work for a contractor – or that supply (but not just introduce) workers to a contractor.
We are proud to work with a number of successful construction companies of various sizes including sole traders that are sub-contracting to the larger companies, so no matter what size of company you are, we can accommodate all of your CIS Construction Industry Scheme contracting needs.