Brexit is coming. The Transition Period will end on 31st December 2020 and therefore at least some of the current rules and regulations for how you do business with the EU will change from 1st January 2021. The UK and EU have yet to agree on a deal and currently, therefore, there is no clarity on how the relationship will be managed.
According to government information, a significant number of businesses are not sufficiently prepared for Brexit. In an economy still struggling with the effects of Covid-19, it is all the more important for organisations to be ready for the changes they may face on 1st January, in order to minimise any further disruption and damage to their business.
The impacts of Brexit will be wide and varied, and so it is simply not possible for us to include information here that will cover every scenario for every business. However, we have tried to put together in an easy to access format, some key information which should be useful to the majority of organisations. And of course, if you would like further assistance or specific advice on how your business may be affected, then please do not hesitate to contact one of our team.
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