Hudson Contract is well-known to HMRC – for all the right reasons. Quite simply, we are the only CIS services provider able to give you a 100% guaranteed self-employment solution to ensure you don’t become a casualty of the CIS minefield.
It’s often tough to understand the complexities of tax and employment law. And when you use self-employed workers, there are also rigorous HMRC due diligence obligations to contend with. What’s more, new laws introduced in 2014 around the use of agencies and intermediaries mean that simply taking on those with a CIS registration number can be dangerous: workplace circumstances dictate employment status, and these differing circumstances rule out a one-size fits-all contract.
Hudson Contract has developed four safety-first business models – and our first step is always an audit of your current circumstances and working relationships. It’s key to being certain Hudson Contract is right for you, and if it is, to identifying the contract or combination of contracts that are best suited to your business needs.
Once we’ve done this (and provided you’re eligible to become a Hudson Contract client) you can rest assured you‘ll never have anything to fear from HMRC status investigations or employment tribunal challenges. We guarantee it.
Once we have completed our initial audit, we’ll take you step-by-step through the process:
Like you, we believe flexibility in construction is business-critical. So you’ll never be locked into a long-term contract. Just use us – or not – from week to week, as circumstances dictate. Our team, meanwhile, is always available for help and advice. Whether you have a quick query about our software or a lengthy discussion about an on-site issue, you’ll speak to the appropriate expert.
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