Majority of our cases are completed online via our user friendly CIS tax return questionnaire. We use IT systems to streamline the process wherever possible therefore speeding up your possible refund. With over 8 years experience dealing with CIS returns we have built up great experience in ways to maximise your refund and also speed up the repayment wherever possible.
You know the fee for the work needed to complete your return. We do not use a sliding scale or percentage of your possible refund. This allows fully transparent pricing and our clients to be assured that we complete the return correctly on their behalf.
To illustrate this below in a small comparison of other providers fees based on a refund due of £1,800 sent to you via BACS after us having to retrieve 1 piece of information from an outside source, with the fee being deducted from the refund rather than upfront:
- CIStaxreturns.co.uk £325
- Tax rebate services £450 (25% of refund)
- Refunds Direct £588 (25% of refund, £20 for missing information, £15 for bank transfer. Vat on all the above)
Sources checked as correct (18th August, 2013).
The website is protected by a secure encryption meaning that any data entered will be securely held. We use an HM Revenue & Customs approved IT partner to submit the return meaning that your information is secure at all times in the process.
The completion of your return is done in our offices in Bristol by full time members of staff.
We are approved agents of HM Revenue & Customs and our agent number is 0412AB
The Data Protection Act requires all organisations which handle personal information to comply with a number of important principles regarding privacy and disclosure. We at CISTAXRETURNS.co.uk comply with this act. Our Reference with the ICO is Z1888413 and you can verify our entry by following the simple instuctions on this link. Click to view our registration entry.
Professional Indemnity Insurance
CISTAXRETURNS.co.uk pays for a £250,000 professional indemnity insurance to cover you if any aspect of our advice is incorrect.
Money Laundering and Financial Crime
We observe the Money Laundering Regulations 2007 which came into force in December 2007 and is regulated by HM Revenue & Customs . Click to view our registration certificate.