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Trading changes following Brexit

11th January 2021
The United Kingdom officially left the European Union (EU) on 31 January 2020 and the 11-month transitional period ended on 1 January 2021. There are important changes businesses must now make in order to continue trading with the EU. VAT changes The UK left the EU VAT Territory on 31 December 2020. Following this date,...

Preparing for the end of Brexit

22nd December 2020
Whilst the United Kingdom officially left the European Union (EU) on 31 January 2020, this prompted the start of an 11-month transitional period during which time the UK remains part of the Single Market, the EU Customs Union and the VAT Territory. With the transitional period due to end on 31 December 2020, it is...

Trading with the EU

23rd November 2020
(from January 1 2021) There are a number of changes for a business that wishes to trade with the EU after the 1st of January 2021, and failure to comply with these procedures will result in the disability to import or export goods. These changes will mainly affect 5 areas: trade, goods, services, people and...

Grant funding for Brexit costs

18th September 2019
HMRC has announced that a £16m fund has been made available from which businesses can claim grants to cover certain costs associated with Brexit. On 31st October 2019 the UK will leave the European Union. Businesses will have to apply the same customs rules to goods moving between the EU and UK as they would...

Get a UK EORI number to trade within the EU

30th January 2019
UK businesses trading with the EU will need a UK EORI number to continue trading in the event that Britain exits the EU without a deal. Kenny Logan outlines what is involved in this no cost application. With only two months until the UK’s scheduled departure from the EU, it is still tough for most...

BREXIT – How will my business be affected?

1st July 2016
Following the vote by the UK to leave the EU, aside from the political upheavals, what are the practical problems that small business owners and tax payers will be facing as a direct result of the Brexit vote? The factors that may affect businesses, especially smaller businesses in the UK, in the coming months are...

BREXIT – How will my personal finances be affected?

1st July 2016
Aside from the political upheavals, what are the practical problems that individuals and tax payers will be facing as a direct result of the Brexit vote? For the last 40 years, our financial institutions have been built inside an integrated European Union. As a nation, we will need to act quickly to re-establish this framework...