Preparing for Life After Brexit

As the Brexit transition period is set to end on 31 December, businesses are entering unchartered waters and there are still a lot of uncertainties.

As more announcements are made, we are striving to keep you updated on the latest news, guidance and help solve any issues you may be having.

Latest information from the Government

Click here to check if you are prepared for Brexit.

Life After Brexit

We've summarised the key government guidelines to help cut through the noise.

Read our 'Life After Brexit' document

UK reduces the scope of mandatory reporting requirements in relation to DAC 6

In a surprising U-turn, coinciding with the end of the UK-EU Brexit transition period, the UK has dramatically reduced the scope of DAC 6 reporting obligations in the UK.

Read the update here

Actions you should be taking now

Whether it is movement of goods, VAT changes or e-commerce issues, our blog outlines some steps business should be taking now.

Read the blog here

How Brexit will effect National Insurance

If you are sending employees overseas, our Our Payroll & Employment Taxes team have answered common questions about whats next in terms of National Insurance.

Read the blog here

Import VAT 

With effect from 1 January 2021, following the end of the Brexit Transitional period, all UK VAT registered importers will be able to account for the import VAT due through their UK VAT return.

Find out more here

Personal Tax impacts

A lot of the media focus on Brexit is around the impact on businesses but the effect on an individual’s personal tax position is often overlooked. Our Private Client tax team have summaries the key infromation to be aware of.

Read the key points here

Fish and Fishery Imports & Exports

Additional reporting and controls will be in place for many products at the end of the transition period. We've summarised the measures that will be in place for cross-border seafood movements.

Read the summary here