Brexit Resource Hub

Businesses face a growing challenge to get the right information to help them plan for and succeed in a post-Brexit world.  Our resource hub casts a spotlight on Brexit – helping you manage risks in uncertain times.

We will keep you informed and if necessary, manage any changes that may arise for you personally or for your business – whether it’s Plan A, Plan B or a No Deal.

Speak to us about how we can help your business get Brexit-ready or browse through our Brexit insights and publications below to find out more.

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If there is a topic you want further information on, get in touch to ask us a question and we’ll get back to you soon.

Your four-step Brexit checklist for VAT & Customs

The EU and the UK are still negotiating the terms of their future relationship, but whatever the outcome, you need to be prepared.

Preparing Your Business for the end of the Brexit Transition Period

From January 2021, there will be some significant changes to the way businesses trade and operate in the UK, for which you need to prepare. Businesses will need to make changes regardless of the agreement reached with the European Union.

Placing goods on the Great British and EU markets from January 2021

Businesses must take steps to ensure compliance with EU requirements for certification and labelling of products and materials by 1 January 2021.

Trade, Importing & Exporting

From the 1st of January 2021, if a business trades with the EU there will be changes for moving goods which they will need to prepare for. If a business fails to comply with the new customs procedures in place, they won’t be able to import or export goods.

Providing services to EU markets after January 2021

If a UK business operates in a service sector in the EU or European Free Trade Association (EFTA) country (including Norway, Iceland, Lichtenstein, and Switzerland), they will be treated by the EU as originating from a ‘third country’.

Moving goods under the Northern Ireland Protocol

The Cabinet Office published a policy paper on August 7th explaining the anticipated procedures for movement of goods between the EU and Northern Ireland; and between Northern Ireland and Great Britain.

The importance of Customs Warehousing in a No-Deal Brexit scenario

Customs warehousing means your business can import bulk consignments of goods into the UK, intended to be sold to UK, EU or worldwide customers without incurring customs duties and import VAT at the time of entry into the UK.

Brexit: what businesses need to know after the UK's departure

As we head to Brexit Day on the 31st January, here is our list of 16 VAT and Duty issues that will impact businesses in 2020 and beyond.

Towards the new normal: Brexit & Beyond

The UK government has been clear that whatever the outcome of the Brexit trade talks they will not extend the transition period beyond
31 December 2020.

Coping with customs - grant funded training

Is your business suddenly exposed to customs processes as a result of the UK departing the European Union? If so, your may employees may need to up-skill to meet the added demands.

HMRC extends deadline for customs training grants

Information on the grants available to businesses who will become involved in completing customs declarations, carrying out customs processes such as importing and exporting and/or helping other businesses with import and export processes.

Ireland lures UK businesses as Brexit deadline nears

For the Republic of Ireland, uncertainty over the future trade relationship with the United Kingdom is tempered with opportunity.

Scotch whisky feels pinch from all sides

With the Brexit no-deal clock ticking down, the industry that employs 11,000 people in Scotland and supports about 40,000 jobs in the UK, now faces more uncertainty.

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If there is a topic you want further information on, get in touch to ask us a question and we’ll aim to answer it in a blog post or guide to help you, and others, during this difficult time.