Taking the stress out of your CIS Self Assessment tax return

We build accounting software for construction contractors, so you can keep building.

Bricks and mortar may be your speciality, but that doesn’t mean you’re a natural with numbers. And when it comes to keeping up with the latest regulations and changes to the construction industry scheme guide, even the most financially savvy can get a little stuck when bookkeeping for independent contractors.

With SimpleTax, you don’t have to sweat the small stuff. We specialise in the CIS Self Assessment tax return; our independent contractor tax software for builders is made with the trades in mind.

Whether you’re preparing for the January deadline, a CIS tax rebate or looking to update your income and expenses month-by-month and take advantage of our CIS tax calculator, we’ve laid the perfect foundation for your CIS tax return.

A simpler route to your CIS Self Assessment tax return

In 2014, the government released the Construction Industry Scheme guide to outline the duties of self-employed builders. However, it’s not exactly light reading, especially if you’re new to the world of contracting.

Struggling to get your head around HMRC’s online forms for your CIS refund? You don’t need an accountant to make sense of your contractor tax return. We know the Construction Industry Scheme guide inside out, and have tailored our tax accounting software for small construction business to make sure you pay exactly the right amount of builders tax to HMRC.

If you’re looking for a CIS tax calculator, you’ve come to the right place. Our software does the maths for you, so that you know exactly how much you owe, any builders tax deductions due and how much you can claim back under CIS scheme exemptions.

Just input your data via the web or app, and we’ll do the rest. Our smartphone app allows you to scan receipts as you receive them, while our self-employed expenses calculator updates your Self Assessment in real time.

Do I need an accountant if I’m self-employed?

Not anymore. Our tax filing software starts from just £15.00 per year, saving you an average of £240 on accountancy fees.

To learn more, take a look at our pricing plans HERE, or start your 14-day free trial…

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