Running a business - Brexit

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BREXIT - 01.10.2020

HMRC - don’t forget about Brexit!

Brexit again. It’s been a turbulent twelve months for businesses and there’s more rough water ahead as the culmination of the Brexit transitional period looms. Businesses should prepare for a no-deal Brexit as a last-minute agreement looks less likely by the day. The consequences are far reaching in ways you might not be aware of. To help, GOV.UK now provides comprehensive personalised guidance on what you and your business should be doing to prepare for 1 January 2021 (see The next step ). The online service involves answering quite a few questions, some of which may not seem relevant to your business but stick with it; the business-related questions come later. We’ve given the service a few test runs and were impressed with the results. ...
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BREXIT - 28.02.2020

Amend your contract terms post-Brexit?

Now that the UK has left the EU, attention is focused on the negotiations around our future relationship. But are there any changes you should be making now to the terms in commercial contracts?
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BREXIT - 13.02.2020

Import and exports post-Brexit

From 1 January 2021 UK businesses that move goods into and out of the EU must make customs declarations. You can start preparing for this now, as it doesn’t depend on the outcome of the trade negotiations. What do you need to know?
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PRICES - 05.12.2019

Brexit price bluffers

A long-standing and regular supplier has just informed the company that they’re increasing their prices by 20% due to “Brexit”. Can they really do that and, if they can, how do you keep any rise to a minimum?
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Running a business - Brexit

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BREXIT - 01.10.2020

HMRC - don’t forget about Brexit!

Brexit again. It’s been a turbulent twelve months for businesses and there’s more rough water ahead as the culmination of the Brexit transitional period looms. Businesses should prepare for a no-deal Brexit as a last-minute agreement looks less likely by the day. The consequences are far reaching in ways you might not be aware of. To help, GOV.UK now provides comprehensive personalised guidance on what you and your business should be doing to prepare for 1 January 2021 (see The next step ). The online service involves answering quite a few questions, some of which may not seem relevant to your business but stick with it; the business-related questions come later. We’ve given the service a few test runs and were impressed with the results. ...
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