Construction Industry Scheme Workers
If you're registered under the CIS scheme you are required to submit a tax return to HMRC for each tax year. The benefit of doing so will usually mean you are guaranteed a refund of a minimum of £2,000 each tax year that you have worked in the scheme. This is because your personal allowance is not taken into consideration when you are paid for a job and you will have been taxed 20% on all your earnings.
You can also claim for job related expenses such as:
- Travelling to and from sites
- Vehicle costs, servicing and maintenance
- Finance and leasing costs
- Accommodation and meals
- Any tools & equipment purchases by you
- I.T computer equipment
- Mobile phones/landline phones
- Use of your home as an office base
- Bank charges
- Printing & Stationary
- Accountancy fees
It's easy to get started... We need copies of CIS statements, P60 if applicable, UTR or CIS number, and for you to tell us about your expenses.
PAYE Construction Workers Claim Your Travel Expenses
If you are employed in the construction industry and pay tax under the PAYE scheme, you are likely to have incurred job related expenses such as travel from site to site in your own vehicle; tools purchased yourself for your job; lodgings and meals if away from home. You can claim for the last four tax years.
You will need your P60 information and to tell us about your expenses.
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