Construction Industry

The most senior members of our team have the experience which is probably almost unique amongst practicing accountants of actually having worked in the construction industry.

Mike Smith joined a small building company and by the time he left, to set up M J Smith & Co, he was joint managing director of that company which had a turnover of 30 million pounds.

Miles Smith has a Higher National Diploma in Building and spent 6 years at Building College which is now part of London University. He has worked for Wimpey Homes amongst others in almost every role, from Groundworks, to Finishing Foreman, Quantity Surveying and Site Management.

We have over 30 years’ experience of working in the building industry.

As part of the day to day routine, we deal with contractors and sub-contractors administration, including CIS, registration with HMRC and management, verification of subcontractors and monthly CIS returns.

VAT advisory service on different rates of VAT and schemes available and how they interact with planning laws.

We also advise on employment within the construction industry and the use of subcontractors and the differences between the two.

The construction Industry has many unique attributes to it and many difficult areas it has to overcome to be successful, including tight spending controls and future cash flow forecasting. All of which we have had considerable experience in.

For more information- contact us for an initial free meeting today.


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