Construction

Construction is a sector with unique accountancy and tax requirements. Our team of experienced advisers will get to understand your business with a view to support your needs. Our current loyal clients range from large business contractors to sub-contractors, tradesmen, and professional developers as well as those building up a buy-to-let property portfolio.

 

As experts in the industry we offer support with aspects including:

  • Start Up assistance
  • Tax planning including property transactions, company vehicles etc.
  • Retentions advice
  • Payroll & CIS administration
  • VAT issues including standard-rating, reduced-rating, zero-rating and the option to tax
  • Regular management accounts
  • Financing decisions
  • Advising on accounting software to cover CIS, project monitoring etc
  • Tax Investigation Insurance

 

Our Construction Group meet regularly throughout the year, with representatives from across the firm discussing current affairs impacting the sector as well as ensuring the team are up to date with recent legislative changes.

 

Get in touch with your local office and speak to one of our specialist Construction advisers.

Client Review

When advised that we had found a further opportunity to reclaim CIS tax through his P35 return, the director of a builder client commented "It's great to know I made the right choice in choosing your company to take care of my accounts."



 
Latest Blogs in Construction
 
Ben Kilby
30th Jun 2014 Worker Tax Status

Employer or Self-Employed? – that is the question As an employer, legislation makes it your responsibility to correctly determine the employment status of your workers – that is, whether they’re employed by you or self-employed. This depends on the terms and conditions of your working relationship with each worker. It’s important to get your workers’…

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Chris Ridgeon
21st May 2014 Status Workaround

Schemes now appearing in Construction Sector to Circumvent HMRC’s new Disguised Employment Anti-Avoidance Rules. The Government’s new rules to tackle the false self-employment of construction workers and agency ‘temps’ entered into force on 6 April 2014, but were swiftly followed by headlines such as ‘New model tries to duck false self-employment rules’ in the recruitment…

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Chris Ridgeon
10th Dec 2013 Worker Status

2013 Autumn Statement: HMRC attack construction worker status, AGAIN! Construction is a trade which continually has issues with worker status. The building main contractor wants the flexibility of hiring labour only sub-contractors as and when required, but it does not want the rights and costs that come with employment. A present day workaround to this…

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