Much Brexit guidance is concerned mainly with trade in goods, but there are a variety of other areas of EU law that also affect business. This guide gives you a framework to understand these implications.
Goods, capital, data and services/people
Find out the implications of Brexit on goods, services and people, capital as well as data.
ICAEW guide intended to help you understand how Brexit might impact on trade between the UK and the EU and the rest of the world. Our guide is aimed at ICAEW members in exporting or importing businesses or advisors to those businesses.
Once the transition period ends on 31 December 2020, businesses will need to complete customs declarations for goods crossing the UK border (except goods moving between Northern Ireland and Ireland). Funding to help with training for completing the customs declarations has been made available by HMRC.
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Find out why Brexit could impact data protection and how you can prepare. Updated January 2020.
An ICAEW–CAI guide aimed at businesses with no experience of customs formalities. It will help you understand the implications for trading across a border, with a focus on the Ireland-UK border.