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How does the process work

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We work hard to make the process as simple as possible for you.

We will undertake all the calculations needed to work out your Income Tax and National Insurance contributions.

In order to do this, we need to confirm all your income and any tax that has already been deducted from your wages, as noted on your payslips.

Once we have all your income details confirmed we will:

  • Undertake the tax calculations and advise you if you are due a tax rebate or if you are liable for any underpaid tax due to HMRC.
  • Send your Draft Tax Estimate value for you to review.
  • You will need to confirm payment terms and authorise Tax2u Ltd to represent you.
  • We will submit your tax return to HMRC, and they will then process it, normally taking 2-3 weeks.
  • On average, our clients receive around £2,514.
  • If you made £12,570 this tax year, and you have been deducted 20% tax as you normally are if you are working under the CIS, 20% of £12,570 (Tax Free Allowance) is £2,514 in overpaid tax that we can claim back for you. This is just an example as we will also need to calculate what your National Insurance contribution will be.
  • The 2023-2024 Tax Year is from 06/04/2023 to 05/04/2024 – we can help you claim any overpaid tax already deducted from your wages during this period.
  • If your income is above the £12,570 tax threshold, it would help if you kept receipts for your work-related expenses (such as PPE & Tools, Transport, Bank Fees). These expenses will be used in the calculation to lower your taxable income.
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CIS stands for Construction Industry Scheme, it’s a tax legislation put in place by HMRC to ensure all construction workers pay their tax. Read more

Some Your client or contractor has to deduct CIS tax from your pay each and every time they pay you. They then pay this tax deduction to HMRC who hold it on your account until your submit your tax return. Read more

Everyone in the UK gets a tax free allowance, this is the threshold before you have to pay any tax. However, as your client has already deducted your tax from earnings under the threshold you can claim it back. Read more

If you have earning over the minimum threshold (£12,570 for tax year 2023-24) then you can maximise your tax rebate by offsetting your income with business receipts. Read more

The main thing that you need is your CIS deduction certificates, payslips or your bank statements to prove income and tax deducted. Read more

You can claim back your CIS tax on the 6th April each year for the previous tax year. You then have until the 31st Jan (the tax return deadline) to submit your tax return. Read more

To claim back your tax you need to submit your self-assessment tax return. Read more

A CIS deduction certificate is the payslip that your client should give you each and every time you are paid. It will show the Gross, Nett and Tax deducted amounts that tax2u will need to reclaim your tax. Read more

It really couldn’t be simpler, log in or create your free account, upload your CIS deduction certificates / payslips and our accountants will do the rest. Read more