If you work in the construction or building trade, the chances are you
are most likely eligible
for a Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) tax rebate. We make this
process simple and the average
rebate is in excess of £2600.
Don’t delay, get in touch today and make your claim.
To complete your self-assessment tax return, we charge a flat fee of £299.00 for our standard service. What’s more, our fee is classed as an expense, so we add this to your other expenses before we submit your claim. We do not ask for payment upfront, simply deducting our fee from your rebate once received from HMRC. We then forward the rest of your rebate on to you, to your chosen bank account.
Our reliable service.
HMRC claim submission within 72 hours from receipt of your application
Fast payout guaranteed (Subject to HMRC processing delays)
Expect your rebate within10-14 days
Standard fee £299.00
Our express service.
HMRC claim submission within 24 hours from receipt of your application
FASTER payout guaranteed (Subject to HMRC processing delays)
Expect your rebate within 7–10 days
+ £50.00 (Total fee £349.00)
Get your rebate SUPER FAST.
Same day HMRC submission from receipt of your application
FASTEST payout guaranteed
Get your rebate within 24 hours
+ £200.00 (Total fee £549.00)
Register and login to your
free Smart Tracker and
submit your claim
We will process your
claim and confirm your tax rebate amount due
Once approved by you, we will
submit your self-assessment straight to HMRC.
Once rebate received from
HMRC, we deduct our fee and
transfer you the remainder to
your chosen account!
Under the Construction Industry Scheme (CIS), contractors deduct money from a subcontractor’s payments and pass it to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC). The deductions count as advance payments towards the subcontractor’s tax and National Insurance. Subcontractors do not have to register, but deductions are taken from their payments at a higher rate if they’re not registered so it is always worth registering if you haven’t already. Click here for more information.
From the 6th April each year, you as a subcontractor under the CIS scheme, are required to complete your Self-assessment tax return. The deadline for the tax return is always the 31st January the following year, so for example for any work completed between 6th April 2021 and 5th April 2022, you have until the 31st January 2023 to complete your tax return otherwise you will be fined £100 by HMRC for late filing. The majority of CIS workers are due a tax rebate due to overpaid taxes through the year. Therefor, why wait until 31st Jan to get your rebate? Claim from the 6th April and get your rebate when you can!
Every self employed worker in the UK is required to complete an annual self-assessment. What's more, as a CIS Worker, you are most likely owed a considerable rebate due to overpaid advance tax payments throughout the year.
Register with our FREE Smart Tracker now or give us a CALL to find out exactly what you are owed!
When a contractor pays you under CIS, they'll normally make deductions of your pay at the standard rate of 20%.
Contractors will however make deductions at a higher rate of 30% if you are not registered with HMRC as a CIS worker.
Your contractor should give you monthly statements of payments and deductions which we will require in order to calculate your tax rebate correctly.
UTR Number – This number is sent to you by HMRC when you first register as self employed. You can find this UTR number on previous tax returns, or other documents from HMRC, for example notices to file a return OR payment reminders. It is essential you have a UTR number to be able to file your return and make your claim.
National Insurance number – You require a national insurance number if you live in the UK AND have the right ot work in the UK. For more help, click here
HMRC Authorisation code – In order for us to be able to complete your self assessment and make your claim on your behalf, we require a HMRC authorisation code. Don’t worry, we will arrange this code to be posted to you within 7 days of registering for our Smart Tracker. Simply log in to your dashboard and enter your code as soon as you receive it so we can process your claim.
Everyone is required to file a self-assessment, every year. Example: For the work you got paid for from 6th April 2021 to 5th April 2022, you are required to file your return and pay any taxes owed by the following 31st January 2023. This is the deadline to file and a £100 late filing fee will be incurred if filed anytime thereafter. With a high chance of a rebate being owed to you, why wait? You are eligible to file your return from 6th April 2022, so don’t wait, register now and make your claim!
Register for our Smart Tracker now and follow our simple steps to complete your self-assessment and get your rebate fast!