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Do you need help with tax in the construction industry?

Tax works a bit differently for those working in construction than it does for other businesses.

The main thing you need to be aware of and abide by is the Construction Industry Scheme (CIS). This is a specialist tax scheme for contractors and subcontractors working or hiring in construction.

To become CIS-compliant, you will need to submit regular CIS returns on time. The penalties are too high for missing or late submissions so it’s really important to get your tax sorted.

Unsure about CIS returns? Never submitted a tax return before?

Whether you’re new to this or simply want to avoid the hassle of CIS tax returns, there is help at hand.

The best way to ensure that you’re meeting all your liabilities is by hiring a qualified accountant who can sort everything out for you.

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How Countplus can help you with CIS tax returns

When it comes to specialised tax law such as CIS, you need an accountant who is well versed in dealing with construction industry contractors.

At Countplus, we’ve got plenty of experience working with construction industry professionals. That means we’re best placed to help someone in your position. Don’t leave it to an accountant who has never worked with construction industry taxes if you want reassurance.

We regularly work with those in the construction industry to ensure that our clients are tax compliant and are submitting accurate accounts.

Our construction industry accounting services include:

  • Support and advice on setting up as a contractor or subcontractor
  • CIS tax returns submissions
  • Registering and submitting Self Assessment
  • Managing your bookkeeping records to ensure they’re all accurate and complete
  • Advice on IR35

At Countplus, we’re dedicated to helping construction industry professionals get the help and advice they need to ensure continued success.

It doesn’t matter whether you’re a self-employed construction worker or you’re a company owner who deals with contractors, we’ve got something to help you here at Countplus.