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13th Apr 2024
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Tax certificate renewal letter from HMRC

by The Editor at 10:04 28/11/06 (CIS News)
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is sending out letters reminding sub-contractors what to do when their tax certificate is up for renewal.
Normally, when a sub-contractor needs to renew their tax certificate, HMRC would send out a form. However, under the new
Construction Industry Scheme (CIS), starting on April 6, 2007, subcontractors will no longer need tax certificates.

HMRC is not sending out renewal forms for any tax certificates that expire after the new scheme starts. Sub-contractorws are advised to use their current certificate until April 5, 2007. After that date, sub-contractors will be paid in
accordance with procedures under the new scheme.

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Susie Hughes
The Editor Hardhatter 2006

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