Subcontractor working under CIS scheme

Old Mar 17th 2019, 3:34 am
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Default Subcontractor working under CIS scheme

Hi there,

I have a doubt about the financial requirements when you apply as a subcontractor under the CIS Scheme.

I was reading that a subcontractor working under the CIS scheme could apply under cat A instead of self employment, but now reading it better, I realize that says you can apply like 'salaried' employment.

Even if the sponsor is paid by hour (non salaried) it means they will count it as a salaried employment? Just because he is a subscontractor under CIS scheme?
Or they will count that as a non salaried employed regardless he fits in this subcontractor category?

Am I missing something in the translation?

I'm worried because we would meet the financial requirement if they count as non salaried employment, but won't meet if they count as a salaried employment.

Any advice would be much appreciated thank you

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