DATE HOSTED: 4 February 2021
DURATION: 60 minutes
The Brexit transition period ended on 31 December 2020 and trade between the UK and EU is now governed by the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA).
Although VAT obligations were determined by the UK leaving the EU VAT area, it’s essential that businesses are aware of what the TCA means for their supply chains.
While many businesses will have prepared for Brexit, it is essential that the implementation of those plans are reviewed to ensure VAT compliance and protect valuable supply chains. These plans should also take in to account the provisions of the TCA and in particular, the rules on origin which will be crucial in determining whether trade between the UK and the EU is tariff free.
Join this webinar to learn:
- The TCA from a trade perspective
- The impact of Ireland/Northern Ireland Protocol
- How your supply chains are affected by the TCA
- The VAT implications of the TCA and how to handle them
- Importing goods into the UK and the EU
- VAT registration including fiscal representation
- How to formulate the best plan of action for your business.
- How Sovos can help your business