The construction industry tax scheme (CIS) was introduced in 1971 to combat serious tax evasion in the industry. Under the scheme, only those subcontractors issued with gross payment certificates (714 certificates) by the Revenue could be paid in full for construction work. The remainder had to be paid after deduction of a sum on account of income tax and Class 4 National Insurance contributions.

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