Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) Tax Rebate

Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) tax rebates are available to subcontractors.

HMRC requires contractors to register for CIS and to verify subcontractors to determine the correct CIS deduction rates. CIS deductions are treated as advanced payments of Income Tax and National Insurance.

CIS Deduction Rates

Subcontractors registered with HMRC pay the standard 20% deductions, as opposed to the higher rate of 30% for unregistered subcontractors. In addition, some subcontractors are approved for gross payments where they have a history of filing and paying taxes on time.

CIS Tax Rebate

Subcontractors can apply for CIS rebates on their Self-Assessment tax returns. HMRC will refund any overpaid tax where the CIS deductions were greater than the actual tax liability for the tax year ended 5th April.

On average, we recover tax repayments of £1,500 per CIS subcontractor and our fees are only payable when the funds are recovered from HMRC.

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