No. The only way for you to get your tax back is to wait until the tax year has passed, and then submit your tax return. You should enter all of your income- gross of the tax deducted. Your income tax liability will then be calculated. But all of the tax deducted during the tax year under the CIS scheme, will be offset against your liability.
If there are gaps in your income or it is low, you may be due a refund.
In the long term, you may be eligible to receive your payments gross from contractors. But there are criteria to meet, for example regarding the size, history and make-up of the business.
If you would like to discuss the construction scheme in more detail, please feel free to contact your local TaxAssist Accountant.
By Jo Nockels
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