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The government regularly audits companies in the building and construction industry. They’re checking if you’re paying the correct taxes and levies. There is also a big focus on assessing whether your workers are contractors or employees. You need to be ready for this level of scrutiny, and that’s why we’re here.
What defines a contractor, and what defines an employee? An employee obviously needs to be paid certain entitlements, so auditors are very interested in this area of your business. This expert-led information sheet details all the evidence you need to keep to prove your contractors are not employees, plus everything else you need to consider as you get your affairs in order pre-audit.
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How you need to prepare for an audit in the building industry.