Brexit VAT Analysis
With the UK finally leaving the EU customs union on 31st December 2020, rules around import/export and VAT are changing.
For some businesses, this will mean having to fill out customs declarations and having to pay import VAT, although this payment can be postponed.
Other businesses selling to UK customers will need to register in a EU country to continue operating.
In the document downloadable below, our VAT Expert Martin Kaney analyses the implications of Brexit for companies trading goods or services with EU countries, including a section dedicated to Ireland and Northern Ireland.
Martin Kaney is a VAT consultant specialising in small business, SME and public sector VAT with a background in independent consultancy and HM Customs & Excise (VAT & Investigation Division).
Martin can advise on UK VAT and how it is affected by Brexit.
If you have any VAT queries, contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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