The Construction Industry Scheme: A Practical Guide
Classroom: £329 +VAT per person
It is essential that businesses which operate within the Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) do so effectively in order to avoid potential pitfalls. This course explains the CIS in detail, from the time that the contracting organisation engages a subcontractor, to making payments to the subcontractor. It is completely up to date with the recent changes that HMRC have made to the CIS.
In addition to dealing with the administration of the scheme, attendees will receive practical advice on how to manage the typical issues that they will encounter with subcontractors. To reinforce the learning and consolidate your knowledge, there are also two interactive sessions which look at case studies and exercises relating to the scheme.
“Excellent presentation, very clear and easy to understand. Answers to all our questions and clarifying all our doubts. Brilliant and engaging with all of us.”
“Very helpful. No one in my company really knows how to deal with CIS - now I can apply what I have found out today!”
“Very informative and clarified things that the HMRC website did not.”
“Excellent course - much to think about. Thank you.”
Purchase Ledger Administrator
“Excellent course - definitely worth attending.”
Senior Management Accountant
Scope of the CIS
A detailed look at the mechanics of the CIS
Consequences of getting it wrong
The CIS has wide ranging implications for any type of business that operates within the construction sector or who get involved in construction works. The CIS will impact on anyone that is involved in organising works to be undertaken, engaging subcontractors, agreeing contracts, procurement, approving invoices as well as finance and tax teams.
Anil has worked for over 30 years in employment tax matters and specialises in the Construction Industry Scheme. He worked with the Inland Revenue as an Employer Compliance Officer and joined KPMG as an Employment Tax Manager before becoming an Associate Director with Grant Thornton.
Anil now has his own consultancy business and he works with and advises a wide range of businesses, both small and large, in all aspects of employment tax and CIS.