C F W Accountants LLP

CFW Accountants LLP, has been providing expert advice and accountancy services to the construction sector.

At CFW Accountants LLP we are experts in construction, which can be a complicated industry to operate in.

We have experience in dealing with numerous contractors within Northamptonshire and across the UK, providing taxation advice specifically regarding the Construction Industry Scheme (CIS).

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There can be numerous trades involved in construction, which include:

  • Bricklayers
  • Carpenters
  • Demolition and dismantling
  • Electricians
  • Groundworkers
  • Plumbers

It is important to note that CIS rules still apply even if your business is based outside the UK, but you carry our construction work as a contractor or subcontractor in the UK.

Talk to our team to find out how we can help you with CIS and let us take the hassle away from you.

We can help you with:

  • HMRC registration
  • Ontime payments within CIS and avoid penalties
  • Keep you accounts in order
  • Updating you with any changes to CIS

C F W Accountants LLP support the following sectors.

Charities

Our team will provide the insight and expertise you need, whether that is with tax, VAT, compliance or one of the many other challenges you face, we can help. We will make sure you receive the best service possible, allowing you to minimise risk and ensure you are complying with all regulations.

Property & Landlords

We can help advise across any taxation, legislative and contracting issues that occur.

Construction

We have experience in dealing with numerous contractors within Northamptonshire and across the UK, providing taxation advice specifically regarding the Construction Industry Scheme (CIS).

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Read article
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Read article
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Read article
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The Unified R&D Tax Credit Scheme

The UK government has announced reforms to its Research and Development (R&D) tax credit system. This transformation seeks to combine the Research and Development Expenditure Credit (RDEC) and the SME relief into a singular scheme, effective from accounting periods beginning on or after 1 April 2024.

Read article
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In an effort to reduce unfairness, during the Spring Budget on 6 March 2024, Chancellor Jeremy Hunt announced the thresholds for the High-Income Child Benefit Charge will be increased from 6 April 2024. This will affect any higher rate earner who is entitled to claim Child Benefit.

Read article
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Read article
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Thresholds based on a company’s accounts and employee numbers determine whether a company is categorised as small or not. Being able to qualify as a small or medium sized business can cut red tape for a business with the reduced amount of both non-financial and financial reporting a small or medium sized business is required to do.

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