Posted on 27th November 2018

If you work in the construction trade, are you sure that you’re claiming tax relief on all your allowable expenses? You could qualify for a tax refund, even if you’re a PAYE employee.

Filling in tax returns and claiming business expenses can be a lengthy and tiresome process, but it’s essential to make sure that you file complete and accurate information. If you’re a CIS subcontractor, you’re required to complete a tax return by January 31st every year.

Dealing with your tax return can be a long and difficult task and if you’re not aware of all your allowable business expenses, you could miss out on tax relief to which you’re entitled. Tax refund claims can be claimed retrospectively for up to four years and could be worth thousands of pounds.

If you’re a PAYE employee in the construction industry, you may have assumed that you can’t claim a tax refund for work-related expenses. However, if you travel to temporary work sites at your own expense – in your own vehicle or on public transport – you may be due a tax refund for those costs.

Why not forgo the stress this year and let us handle it all for you?

We understand that a career in construction can be very demanding, which is why we make the processes of submitting your tax return and making a tax refund claim as easy, simple and hassle-free as possible. You can send all your information to us in our stamped addressed envelopes or we can complete the paperwork over the phone at a time that’s convenient for you.

JNR Accounting’ friendly, professional team will liaise with HMRC to ensure you remain compliant with tax legislation. If you’re owed a tax refund, your dedicated claim handler will keep you up-to-date with the process from start to finish.

Our fee of just £118 +VAT for tax returns includes year-round support and advice from our fantastic team, and we charge only 15% +VAT for PAYE claims. So, why not let us take the strain and make tax less taxing for you this year?

Tax refunds for CIS workers
Tax refunds for PAYE workers