No tax changes announced in Spring statement

Despite the continuing uncertainty surrounding Brexit the Chancellor delivered his Spring Statement on 13 March. The purpose of this statement is to update the House of Commons and the country on the state of the economy; it is not intended to include any major tax...

Brexit – What now for businesses that trade with the EU?

“There is still uncertainty around what Brexit will mean and planning for a “No Deal” scenario seems sensible right now.  Businesses that buy and sell from the EU should have contingency plans in place which will need to be flexible to cope with a variety of possible...

Simplified import procedure in the event of “No Deal”

Arrangements have been announced by the government regarding the movement of goods to and from the EU. A simplified import and export system has been implemented by HMRC – in the event of a ‘no deal’ scenario – as a mechanism to ensure that goods move to...

No deal Brexit – what about VAT?

The Government and HMRC have updated its collection of high-level guides called “partnership packs”, intended to help businesses involved in importing and exporting prepare for changes to customs procedures after 29 March 2019 in the event of a “no deal” scenario. If...

Managing your business in uncertain times

Due to Brexit, 2019 looks set to be a year filled with uncertainty for businesses. The future is always unknown but this year managers will need to navigate some particularly choppy waters due to market uncertainty and global political turmoil. Focus on what you can...