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Brexit impact on VAT and other taxes

The UK Brexit transition period ended on 31 December 2020. New rules apply from 1 January 2021. This page brings together guidance and news from ICAEW, as well as externally-produced resources providing practical information on changes to VAT treatment, duties and other taxes.

Need to know

Latest news and insights

Tax news in brief

16 December 2020: Highlights from the broader tax news this week includes: support from HMRC on withdrawal of VAT retail export and airside tax-free shopping scheme; the opening of an online portal for businesses using postponed VAT accounting to download statements; and data on how the enhanced CEST tool has been used in its first 12 months.

Guides and FAQs

Brexit checklist

Read our quick-start guide, outlining a variety of areas that could impact your business post Brexit, to help you prepare for when the transition period has ended.

Government guidance on Brexit

The UK government and the European Commission (EC) have published guidance to help citizens and businesses understand the potential implications of the UK leaving the EU. This overview, part of ICAEW's Know-How series, helps you navigate through this guidance. Government guidance is expected to continue to evolve.

EU law and business: Brexit implications

Much Brexit guidance is concerned mainly with trade in goods, but there are a variety of other areas of EU law that also affect business. Our Know-how guides gives you a framework to understand these implications. It will be particularly relevant for services businesses seeking to assess how they are impacted.

Taxation (Cross-border Trade) Act 2018

The Taxation (Cross-border Trade) Act 2018 received Royal Assent on 13 September 2018. The Act seeks to replace the current EU Union Customs Code and amend current UK VAT and excise duty laws in connection with the withdrawal of the UK from the EU.

TAXguide 21/17: The tax implications of Brexit

Although many of the implications of Brexit are currently unknown, VAT and customs duties are likely to be affected. This guide outlines the potential tax consequences. This guide was updated following the publication on 23 August 2018 of guidance from HMRC as to what will happen if there is no Brexit deal.

Webinars

The UK and DAC 6 post-Brexit - where do we go from here?

This webinar from the Tax Faculty will help if you or your clients have transactions with Europe. Watch the webinar to discover the likely future shape of disclosure requirements for UK advisers and their clients.

An exporters guide to Brexit

This webinar, in partnership with MHA MacInytre Hudson, explores export supply chain scenarios and highlights areas that UK businesses must consider as part of their Brexit planning to avoid unnecessary delays or compliance failures. It covers INCOTERMS for reviewing contracts, options for minimising customs duties, and labelling requirements.

External resources

Value Added Tax EU Exit Transitional Provisions

Guidance on the VAT treatment of transactions or movements of goods which span the end of the transition period. It covers goods, fulfilment houses, services, call-off stock, and financial services.

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