CIS Tax Returns

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What is a CIS Tax Return?

A CIS tax return is designed specifically for self-employed contractors working under the Construction Industry Scheme.

This could be anyone from a bricklayer, to a plumber, to an electrician.

The important difference with a CIS return is that it takes into account all of the different sites you’ve worked at over the year.

What period do they cover?

All Tax returns cover the period from 6th April one year, to 5th April the next.

When is the Tax return due?

They must be received by 31st January following the Tax year.

Are there late filing penalities?

Yes, so don’t delay in preparing your Tax return.

What information do you need?

Your CIS pay notes, and details of expenses to start with.

This is one of the things we do best

Do you dread filling out your CIS return? You’re not alone. The thought of making a mistake that could lead to huge HMRC fines and threatening letters arriving in the post is more than enough to put someone off.

That’s where we come into the picture. 
Our CIS tax return service takes away the pressure – and frustration – of filling out your own returns and gives you peace of mind that a professional is ensuring everything is correct the first time around. 

The majority of our claims are credited within two weeks.

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How Can I Complete My Own CIS Tax Return?

You can complete the return yourself, using the government gateway website. However it’s important to note that this runs the risk of costly fines if you were to make a mistake.

Our service will take care of all of this for you – ensuring that you don’t need to complete any forms or do any calculation
You’ll have peace of mind that professional accountants are keeping you in good standing with HMRC and you’ll save yourself hours of paperwork every month.
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What Information Do I Need?

Your contractor should all be completing and providing you with payment and deduction statements (formally known as CIS vouchers). These detail all the Tax deductions that have been collected from your gross payment. If you haven’t got a copy of these documents, it’s worth asking your contractor for another; they’re legally required to hold onto the forms for a certain period of time. 

You will also need details of what expenses you have incurred, not limited to:

– Materials
– Equipment
– Vehicle running and maintenance costs
– Office administration expenses (telephone, Internet, etc)
– Various other Tax deductible items

At CISTaxRebates.co.uk we encourage our clients to provide as much information as possible so we can maximise the Tax rebate.

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Have you previously prepared your Tax returns yourself? Let us review your submissions with HMRC on a no-win, no-fee basis.

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Why Must I Complete a CIS Tax Return?

By law you must complete a tax return. Failure to do so can lead to unpleasant fines and even legal action being taken against you. The CIS tax return ensures you’re paying enough tax, but it also ensures that you’re not paying too much. 


The return is also your opportunity to claim back any expenses that you incurred throughout the year – which can help your pay cheque go that extra mile. Our service will ensure you’re not missing any opportunities to claim back expenses.

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