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Contractors employed in Construction work must register with CIS. The CIS Scheme covers most construction work and contractors who pay subcontractors must be registered.
From 6th April, 2021 the CIS Scheme is set to change. Four changes are planned. These, in summary, are:-
1 – CIS Set Off Amendment Power
2 – Cost of Materials
3 – Deemed Contractors
4 – CIS Registration Penalty
In brief this means, that from the 6th April 2021,
HMRC’s explanation and summary of these changes can be found on the HMRC’s website search: Changes to tackle Construction Industry Scheme abuse.
The Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) sets out the rules for how payments to subcontractors for construction work must be handled by contractors in the construction industry and excellent information is available from the HMRC website.
The tax authorities provide the industry with a number of on-line support services. For a full introduction to how CIS may affect you, please visit the HMRC website.
HMRC provide a guide to CIS for Contractors and Subcontractors (Re: CIS 340).
While considering Tax Status, it is important to check the employment status of your subcontractors. You can do this by completing the on-line status indicator (ESI) found on the HMRC website.
Members who have a specific problem that cannot be answered utilising online resources, are encouraged to contact us at - email@example.com . (The Enquiry should provide the Member’s full business title, Membership Number, primary point of contact and a range of times when contact can best be made.)
ECA has made special arrangements with a Tax Advisor to provide specialist advice and will administer any enquiry that members raise.