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We can reduce your CIS return burden
CIS or Construction Industry Scheme is the amount of tax that is due to every entity in the construction industry. This refers to the cost that contractors must deduct from subcontractor’s wages and pay it in advance to HM Revenues and Customs.
If you are a subcontractor, you must fill in an annual tax return and claim back any overpaid taxes under the Construction Industry Scheme; the average return for CIS tax is £2,500.
But, do not worry, we can support you and oversight for CIS UK, whether you are a contractor or subcontractor. We have a specialized team of accountants who will fulfil your CIS return needs no matter how big or petite your business is. We make sure to reduce the burdens from our clients and facilitate them to grow in their businesses.
Switching accountant is simple
Speak with us and we’ll get to know you and your business’s financial position. During the initial meeting we will present you with a tailored service package, which will allow us to maintain a strong relationship and help you achieve both your personal and business targets.
After the initial meeting, we’ll give you a detailed quote to ensure you understand the services we are providing you. Then, we’ll ask you to sign a letter of engagement and provide us with the details of your former accountant. We will contact them to obtain professional clearance, financial details, and we’ll start our onboarding process.
The third step is simple – just sit back and let us do the work, ensuring you meet your financial objectives and targets. An account manager will be assigned to you, and as your first point of contact for any queries you have, they will provide the first-class service you deserve.
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