How to react to Brexit?
Working with our clients we have identified the following key questions and areas that businesses need to consider when reacting to Brexit:
- What is your post Brexit Strategy?
- What are the Customs Obligations and costs for moving good across borders?
- Should a new company be established in the UK?
- Should you be tax registered in the UK?
- How do you obtain the Trusted Trader Status?
- What should we do about Payroll taxes, HR and global mobility support?
For further information on how we can assist you, please contact a member of the BDO Brexit Taskforce on 01 470 0420 or email@example.com.
If you are a UK company looking to establish in Ireland, or an Irish Company looking to establish in the UK post Brexit, BDO has established a team that can assist you with the process in both Ireland and the UK. Our team of experts work across our Tax, VAT, Customs and Corporate Secretarial (Co-Sec) departments and are available to support you and your business.
Download our UK Company Set-Up Brochure to find out more about the areas that we will assist you with and contact a member of our team to find out more about our integrated service offering.
As of 1 January 2021, the Transition Period ended and all Irish Importers and Exporters trading with the UK ware now required to lodge Import and Export Declarations.
Is your business in a position to ccontinue trading with the UK?
At BDO, our Customs and International Trade Services team can provide you with a next generation customs clearance option. Combining the benefits of in-house customs services and professional brokerage, our full-service team allows for peace of mind and all year round cover for your business.
See how our customs clearance brokerage service can assist you.