Thursday October 29, 2020

Brexit and tax: the open questions

More than a year has passed since the announcement of the Brexit referendum result, yet there are many tax issues still to be reconciled. Brian Keegan separates the knowns from the unknowns

29th October, 2017

Some 15 months on from the Brexit referendum outcome, we are still really no further in knowing how businesses will deal with their customers and suppliers in Britain when that country finally leaves the European Union.

Tax rules – customs and Vat primarily – are used to police many of the business arrangements between EU and non-EU businesses. Most of the uncertainties that lie ahead have as much to do with the timing of changing rules...

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