Construction workers and other tradespeople such as plumbers, builders, electricians and joiners registered to the Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) may be eligible for a tax refund.
If you’re a subcontractor doing construction work for a contractor as a sole trader, you need to file a Personal Tax Return (self-assessment) at the end of each tax year.
This declares your earnings and any deductions that have been made to your pay through the CIS, as well as any expenses you are claiming for the tax year.
If you use a CIS payroll provider like Churchill Knight CIS, they can support you in completing a CIS tax return.
If you’ve overpaid on tax, you may be eligible for a tax refund.