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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Do you need Brexit training or professional advice?

Do you need Brexit training or professional advice?

The UK Government is launching new financial support for small and medium-sized businesses that import and export from/to the EU, the SME Brexit Support Fund. If you are a business importing and exporting goods, the Support Fund could help you by funding up to £2,000...

Brexit’s Impact on Transport and Logistics

Brexit’s Impact on Transport and Logistics

It’s all gone quiet over there…or has it? Now that we are approaching a month into the brave new world of the UK being outside of the confines of the EU and well into a third Covid “lockdown”, one could be forgiven for thinking that the much-predicted bedlam at the...

DAC6 – How have the rules changed since leaving the EU?

DAC6 – How have the rules changed since leaving the EU?

DAC6 is a system of mandatory reporting of cross-border tax arrangements, where these affect one or more EU member states and fall into one or more particular characteristics (hallmarks). Following the UK leaving the EU, DAC6 will no longer be applied in its entirety....

Brexit Business VAT Guide

Brexit Business VAT Guide

Brexit Deal – A VAT guide for businesses.   The UK and EU have completed a deal so that trade can be done between the two entities without tariffs or quotas. However, further negotiations are on-going, for example in the area of services where there is currently...

Get prepared for the end of the Brexit transitional period

Get prepared for the end of the Brexit transitional period

It is time to prepare for the end of the Brexit transitional period. Whilst the United Kingdom officially left the European Union (EU) on 31 January 2020, this prompted the start of an 11-month transitional period during which time the UK remains part of the Single...

How Will Brexit Affect the Legal Sector?

How Will Brexit Affect the Legal Sector?

Who would have thought that as we enter the final stretch of 2020 the UK is yet to agree on a trade deal with the EU? Even though a deal has not yet been agreed the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) has confirmed that some changes will definitely happen no matter...

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!