The Construction Industry Scheme: A Practical Guide
Classroom: £229 +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 sub-contractor, to making payments to the sub-contractor. 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 sub-contractors. To support the presentation there are two workshop sessions. During these sessions you will look at a number of practical, real life scenarios that contractors have to consider to ensure compliance with CIS.
You should also note that the CIS is not exclusively for businesses in the construction industry. There are other businesses engaging sub-contractors to carry out construction work that must follow the rules of the scheme.
This course will explain, step by step...
This course will help anyone whose organisation operates within the Construction Industry Scheme. As well as businesses in the construction industry, this can include businesses that engage sub-contractors to carry out construction work.
Alex is a Director at Blick Rothenberg and has been helping clients deal with all types of issues related to CIS for nearly 10 years. He has developed a CIS registration, verification and return filing service for clients that are both ‘mainstream’ and ‘deemed’ contractors. Alex has a Master’s degree in International Tax Law and is a member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants.
Ian is an experienced payroll and taxation specialist. He is a member of the Association of Taxation Technicians, a fellow of the Association of Accounting Technicians and a member of the Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals, where he is a senior examiner.
Having previously worked at a senior level for House of Fraser, Clydesdale Bank and a large Local Authority he now runs his own consultancy advising on payroll issues, implementation of new systems, auditing external payroll providers and other taxation matters.