The shape of the UK’s future relationship with the EU is anything but clear.
We know that the uncertainty this generates is difficult for businesses to manage. We know that Brexit comes hot on the heels of major VAT overhaul. We also know that business want to prepare for our exit from the EU, but are unclear about how and what to plan for.
In the midst of this confusion, we want to deliver a little clarity about the Brexit impact on VAT. We’ve got the latest on key developments, with insight into changes to the VAT landscape and services to help you stay aware and prepared. We’ll also give you a dose of the most up to date news.
Making businesses feel at home in Europe is our raison d’être. We want you to continue to trade confidently cross border – so sit back and review the advice, analysis and tools of our à la carte Brexit offering.
With so many decisions still to be made in Parliament, Brexit is making it hard for e-commerce businesses to plan for the future. But to safeguard your supply chains, our experts have compiled the following checklists to guide Distance Sellers through the uncertainty.
Carrying out a review now will ensure that you continue to trade with confidence no matter what happens.
Whatever the outcome, your European trade is our primary concern. Amidst the uncertainty, many businesses have been nervous about forging Brexit plans. Acting now will protect your valuable supply chains and allow you to trade confidently across Europe.
Whether you’re manufacturing car parts, hosting conferences or supplying clarinets, here are your top 10 considerations:
Stay ahead of the game with our carefully curated Brexit news. Not only will you be in the know about Brexit and VAT, you’ll have plenty of conversation starters at parties.
We care about businesses’ concerns. We carried out research to better understand what businesses think about Brexit, and how prepared they are for it. Click to read more.
Essential listening for businesses that trade internationally. Let the dulcet tones of our resident VAT and Brexit experts guide you through the VAT implications of a hard or soft Brexit.