Brexit: what does it really mean for you?

On 23rd June 2016 the UK voted to leave the European Union.

From the argument over selling bendy bananas to the threat of an emergency Budget, the EU referendum campaign has undoubtedly had its share of the headlines over the past couple of months. The biggest headline now though is of course that the UK has voted to leave the EU.

On this page you will find all of our articles on Brexit, focusing on the potential implications for individuals and employers, across a number of different UK sectors.

We are sure that you will find this page a useful point of reference throughout the coming months.

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Tax Rates and Allowances 2022/23

Tax Rates and Allowances 2022/23

Introduction We have summarised the key rates and allowances which are fundamental to our business and personal lives. We are sure that you will find them a useful point of reference and have set out below a few examples of how they can be used. Personal tax rates As...

Spring Statement 2022

Spring Statement 2022

Spring Statement 2022 Against a backdrop of rising inflation, Chancellor Rishi Sunak presented his first Spring Statement on Wednesday 23 March 2022. In his Spring Statement, the Chancellor announced a cut in fuel duty for petrol and diesel as he sought to ease the...

What are Freeports? VAT implications

What are Freeports? VAT implications

A Freeport is designed to attract major domestic and international investment, these hubs of enterprise will allow places to carry out business inside a country’s land border but where different customs rules apply.​ At a Freeport, imports can enter with simplified...

Autumn Budget 2021

Autumn Budget 2021

Budget 2021 The Chancellor Rishi Sunak presented his third Budget on 27 October 2021. In his speech he set out the plans to "build back better" with ambitions to level up and reduce regional inequality. Main Budget proposals Tax measures include: a new temporary...

Department for Transport open letter to UK Logistics Sector

Department for Transport open letter to UK Logistics Sector

The Department for Transport has issued an open letter to the UK Logistics Sector regarding the current HGV driver shortage. The letter outlines the government's plans on how they will help tackle the problem. The first measure referenced in the letter is regarding...

NIC reliefs set for Freeports

NIC reliefs set for Freeports

Freeport operators will be able to take advantage of a zero rate of secondary national insurance contributions (NICs) for employees, the government has announced. The National Insurance Contributions Bill 2021, which legislates reliefs for those operating in...

For more information on the impact on Brexit

If you wish to speak to one of our specialist tax team about Brexit and what the changes may mean for you or your business, please get in touch. To book your free initial meeting, please make contact with your nearest office.

We look forward to hearing from you!