Brexit Hub

How can UK businesses succeed in a post-Brexit world?

Now, for tomorrow

The last year has taught us that reliable information is key to dealing with the challenges we face. Trading with and in the EU is no different. Our post Brexit Hub provides the information you need to steer the right course for your business, whether you trade with or in the EU.

MHA Moore and Smalley will keep you informed and if necessary, manage any changes that may arise for you personally or for your business.

Although we now know the form of the free trade deal with the EU, we expect a succession of changes to domestic legislation during the course of 2021.

Please check back regularly for updates and remember to sign up to any webinars happening during the course of the year.

There are significant changes to the movement of goods between the UK and the EU after Brexit but there are also changes to the VAT treatment of some services from 1 January 2021. In addition the EU will introduce further changes to the VAT treatment of certain services on 1 July 2021 and these changes will affect some UK businesses. This publication looks at these changes to help you prepare.

Understanding Rules of Origin

The Rules of Origin: Why they matter, what they mean and how to use them in your business. Our fact sheet will be released on 6 January 2021.

Post Brexit Update Webinar

The recording and downloadable presentation slides from the Post Brexit Webinar are now available.

Post Brexit update on Northern Ireland

Coming soon we explain how the Brexit deal affects the flow of goods to and from Northern Ireland.

Customs warehousing and IPR

Customs warehousing and inward processing relief (IPR) allow your business to import goods into the UK, which are intended to be sold to UK, EU or non-EU customers without incurring import duties or import VAT when the goods arrive in the UK.

Coping with Customs: Grant Funded Training

Is your business suddenly exposed to customs processes as a result of the UK departing the European Union?

Our training course is designed to upskill your employees

Brexit: At last a free trade deal

The free trade agreement is excellent news for the UK.

However, businesses need to bear in mind that it does not eliminate the need to address rules of origins and other costly import formalities.