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Construction Industry Scheme – UK CIS Refunds Scheme

Claim a CIS Tax Refund online

Are you a construction worker using the Construction Industry Scheme (CIS)?. If so, you can claim tax refunds for travel expenses to temporary workplaces, as well as uniform and even more. The average CIS Tax refund for CIS workers is £2000. The best part is that you can file your CIS Tax Return application online

Information you need for a CIS tax refund

At we can help process your CIS Tax refund when you provide the following information:

A list of the sites you have worked on

You should provide us with the list of the sites you have worked on as well as the dates that you worked here. This can go back over four years, should you require. After all – the more information you provide, the better for us to assist you with your claim.

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CIS Statements

CIS Statements are the monthly statements you get from your contractors. These statements should show how much you’ve earned and the amount of tax that has been deducted. These statements may also be referred to as payslips, wage slips or vouchers.

Supporting Documents

Supporting documents such as providing a copy of your photo ID (e.g. driving license or passport), as well as your proof of address (e.g. a utility bill), MOT certificates and receipts for travel or other relevant transactions will help maximise your CIS Tax Refund.

Applying for a CIS Tax Refund or CIS Tax Rebate

You can start your CIS Tax Refund claim online via our online form, or get in touch directly at .

For more information visit


Call Our CIS Tax Helpline: +44 (0)208 834 1326


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