CIS Suffered Report

Run the CIS Suffered Report to show a summary of CIS deductions withheld by contractors and payable to HMRC in a tax period.

CIS Beta is still in development as we make additions and improvements.

About the CIS Suffered Report

  • The report only includes information from invoices paid in the tax period. This includes prepayment or overpayment allocations and part paid invoices.
  • Part paid invoices are included on a pro rata basis (amount paid / invoice total).
  • Currently the report can only be run on a cash basis.
  • The report is VAT inclusive.
  • Foreign currency transactions are converted and displayed in GBP.

Run the CIS Suffered Report

  1. In the Reports menu, select All Reports.
  2. Under Tax, click CIS Suffered Report.
  3. Select a date range.
  4. Click Report Settings to view the options for refining your report.
  5. Click Update to view your report.

Report columns explained

Column optionDescription
NetTotal payments (incl VAT) made across all invoices for the contractor in the tax period.
GrossTotal payments made (incl VAT) plus the CIS suffered, across all invoices for the contractor in the tax period.
Labour

The total of all payments (incl VAT) made against all invoices for the contractor in the tax period, divided by the invoice total (total excluding CIS deduction), then multiplied by the sum of all the line items (excl VAT) coded to the CIS Labour Income account.

(Total payments / invoice total) x sum of all labour income line items.

Other

The total of all payments (incl VAT) made against all invoices for the contractor in the tax period, divided by the invoice total (total excluding CIS deduction), then multiplied by the sum of all the other income line items (excl VAT).

(Total payments / invoice total) x sum of all other income line items.

CIS SufferedThe total CIS deduction apportioned across the payments made by the contractor against all their invoices in the tax period. This is the amount the contractor will pay to HMRC on your behalf for this tax period.