CIS Personal service company

Tracy_Rutherford
Tracy_Rutherford Registered Posts: 19 Dedicated contributor 🌟 🐡 🌟
I have a client who has formed a limited company and his company installs windows he will be the main worker for the company he does have other people doing work for the limited company on an odd job for job basis. Having read the HMRC site it says that this is classed as a personal service company and he will be unable to take a low salary and make the rest up with dividends. Can anyone suggest a way I can get around this?

Thanks

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  • burg
    burg Moderator, FMAAT, AAT Licensed Accountant Posts: 1,441
    Agree with Help4U. IR35 covers where you effectively do 'employed' work for one/a small number of Companies through a limited company trying to act as though not employed.

    If on the other hand he is installing windows for one Company then the contract may need to be reviewed.
    Regards,

    Burg
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