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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.