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PAYE investigations, also known as an Employer Compliance Reviews are undertaken by HMRC officers to ensure that employers and also contractors in the construction industry are complying with all their obligations for taxes (PAYE and Construction Industry Scheme – CIS) and National Insurance Contributions (NIC).
Ordinarily, HMRC will wish to undertake the review of business records at the place of business, to enable them to understand the business and to interview key members of staff, as well as looking at the records.
An Employer Compliance Review will focus on the following areas.
Where HMRC establishes an underpayment of PAYE, NIC, or CIS tax they will firstly seek to recover this from the employer / contractor. HMRC may also seek to recover any underpayment from an employee or a subcontractor.
For more information and to arrange a free initial consultation please contact Doug Sinclair.
Brebners is here to help and support you, by assisting you with the ongoing financial planning and control of your enterprise. In doing so, we can advise you on potential help available, including the measures announced by the government, and assist with applications. Please get in touch with your usual contact at Brebners who will be able to help you (enquiries can also be made to firstname.lastname@example.org).
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We also have specialist teams ready to help if your organisation struggles with disruptions to its own team make-up. These include payroll, bookkeeping (including experts in most cloud software packages) and accounts production specialists.
Brebners was prepared for the current situation and as such, in most cases, all the Brebners people with whom you ordinarily liaise are working remotely. They are available, as usual via email and phone.
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