This article from Sage answers frequently asked questions about Brexit that might help the transition process in your organisation, based on current understanding.
Opinion and news analysis
19 November: HMRC confirms access to the EU VAT refund system will end on 31 March 2021 and claims relating to VAT incurred after 31 December 2020 will have to be made manually.
16 November 2020: The Chancellor has set out the government’s plans to make the UK a world-leader in green finance and financial technology.
10 November 2020: The UK government has created the Trader Support Service to help firms involved in the movement of goods between Great Britain and Northern Ireland. It provides support on adapting to new processes, including issuing XI EORI numbers which are mandatory from 1 January 2021.
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|1 December 2020||30 days to go - final Brexit considerations & discussion
As the UK/EU transition period is drawing to a close is your business or clients business Brexit ready? Join us for our interactive session where ICAEW experts will guide you through what you need to consider to be ready for a smooth transition.
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The information in these webinars reflects the understanding of ICAEW at the time of recording, but things may have changed since that time. You should consult the latest guidance alongside a viewing of these on-demand webinars.
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|4 November 2020||Taking the financial risk out of exporting
Join this webinar to hear more about export financing and the options available for SME businesses. In this practical webinar we will look at the types of products and support on offer from financial institutions. We will look at the first steps you should take, how a typical application works and current support available from government.
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|2 November 2020||
Brexit: What we know – Labour and personnel issues
This webinar with CIPD and Edwin Coe will discuss the personnel and immigration issues that businesses and employees might face through the end of the transition period. Hear from two experts on these issues, and use the opportunity to ask questions on this important subject.
Read Brexit planning: how to hire overseas talent for highlights on how the new sponsor licensing system will work and the potential challenges for businesses.
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|30 October 2020||Customs and VAT post the transitional period
This webinar will cover some of the practical points that businesses and their advisors should be aware of in relation to goods moving between the UK and EU
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Thinking of hiring from the EU next year?
Find out how to become a sponsor, who you can hire, and how this affects EU citizens that you already employ.