If you are concerned about the impact that Brexit will have on your business, and are unsure of the implications that the UK’s departure from the EU will have on VAT, we are here to help.
Although the UK remains part of the EU customs union and single market until 31st December 2020, businesses in need of assistance during the transition period should seek help sooner rather than later to ensure their services are not disrupted.
We can advise on VAT registrations for European businesses importing into the UK, as well as for British businesses who are selling to Europe. There are many solutions to navigating a post-Brexit trading world, such as setting up hubs in Europe or running a direct import to your clients in the continent. Our experts will consider your unique circumstances and provide tailored and practical advice.
Contact us today to discuss your circumstances by calling 0333 3638 012, or complete an online enquiry form and we will be in touch at a time that is suitable for you.
How we can help you
Our experienced consultants have the knowledge and expertise required to help your business to navigate the complexities of VAT and Brexit. Current rules state that VAT is payable on most goods and services sold within the UK and EU, and that it should be paid when businesses bring goods into the UK. Rules relating to this are different depending on whether these goods come from an EU or a non-EU country.
We can also explain the implications of any potential deal, to ensure that you are well prepared for any eventuality. Working in collaboration with our sister company, The Customs People, we will consider every element of your imports and exports and how these will be impacted by Brexit.
Why choose us?
We have more than two decades of experience in helping businesses with all aspects of VAT, meaning we are well placed to help you understand and make the most of the options available to you regarding Brexit.
We have dealt with VAT for more than 20 years, and we are therefore able to deliver unrivalled expertise relating to Brexit planning and preparing for every eventuality when the transitional period comes to an end on 31st December 2020.
Find out how we have helped others in your situation by reading our client success stories.
What are the rules of the transitional period relating to VAT?
The transition period will last until 31st December 2020, and will involve the formation of a new trade relationship between the EU and the UK. During the transition period, nearly all EU rules will continue to apply to the UK, which means that the EU rules for VAT, customs and excise duty will continue to apply for the movement of goods up until 31st December 2020.
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Our specialist team of consultants is ready to offer support and guidance if you are unsure of your VAT requirements in the lead-up to Brexit. We offer clear, easy-to-understand advice and will do our utmost to help you find an effective solution.
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