More CIS Features

Posted on Friday, 27th Sep '19

Duane Jackson by Duane Jackson

Our Cloud CIS functionality has proven remarkably popular.

I didn’t realise just how little there was out there in terms of cloud-based, modern software for paying subcontractors.
Even before taking into account our API, our software seems to be the most modern option.

Based on requests from users we’ve added a few more features specifically for CIS

Umbrella Features

We introduced Umbrella functionality for PAYE a little while ago. This has now been upgraded to also support Umbrella companies managing subcontractors.

Your fee can be deducted either before or after tax.

CIS300 to CSV

You can now download a CIS300 to CSV for further analysis in Excel, Google Sheets or whatever your chosen spreadsheet weapon happens to be.

When you view a CIS300 you’ll see a ‘Download as…’ button. Just click it and choose CSV.

CIS300 to PDF

Your other option is to download a PDF. This will also include the HMRC receipt if the return has been submitted and accepted.

Subcontractor Summary Report

You can now view and download (CSV or PDF) a list of all your Subcontractors along with their verification details

Unverified Alert

Added a few weeks ago, but worth mentioning: when you view your list of Subcontractors, any that haven’t yet been verified will have red exclamation mark next to their entry in the list.

Clicking on it will take you directly to the page where you can either manually enter verification details or have us send a verification request for you.

Need more? Get in touch and let us know.

Duane Jackson, September 27th, 2019

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