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Brexit briefing

The U.K.  has left the EU and is in a transitional period until Dec. 31, 2020.  Starting Jan. 1, 2021, all supplies of goods from the EU to the U.K.  and vice versa  will become imports  and exports  and be subject to customs  obligations.  Customs  duties and  value-added tax (VAT)  will be charged on imported goods, depending on the  type of goods involved.   

This presents unique challenges  but also opportunities.  In order for  businesses to thrive, they’ll need to navigate the complex rules of Customs and VAT to continue trading with the EU.  Is your business fully prepared? Do you know what to do as of Jan. 1, 2021 when trading with the U.K.? 

Join us for a “Brexit  briefing” after the Oct 15-16 EU Council meeting.  Our exclusive briefing will cover VAT, B2B trade goods, B2C trade goods and simplification rules as well as the following: 

  • Customs changes and procedures  from a U.K.  and EU perspective 
  • The importance of Incoterms 
  • Preparing for HMRC Grants 
  • Trading in the EU  including best practices 


Patrick King  and Alison Horner,  MHA  MacIntyre  Hudson 

Marisa Hut, Baker Tilly Netherlands 


Lynette Stolarzyk, Baker Tilly US, LLP 

Learning objectives: 

  • Understand the impact of  Brexit  on day-to-day business for clients doing business in the EU and U.K. 
  • Describe the effect on VAT and customs from an EU and U.K.  perspective 
  • Define the tax implications of doing business in the EU after  Brexit 

 *This webinar will offer 1 CPE credit. 

Who should attend? U.S. entities doing business within the U.K. and EU

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