HMRC clampdown on intermediaries in the construction sector
By John Hayes
Use of onshore employment intermediaries in the construction industry could spell serious problems for the Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) owing to a recent tax change imposed by HMRC.
However, the tax changes introduced are, in practice, imposing considerable inflationary pay increases on industries just emerging from a long recession.
This article summarises the changes made and provides advice on the best approach to accommodate those changes…
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