Our help desk for your questions about BREXIT
The transition period for the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, which left the EU at the end of January 2020, ends on 31 December 2020. This means that the United Kingdom (UK) must now be treated as a third country. New regulations take effect.
Numerous practical issues arise for companies with links to the UK, for instance through delivery transactions, cross-border projects, cross-border employees or group links with the UK, including:
- What needs to be considered in the supply chain?
- What VAT issues are there?
- What effect will customs have on your goods? What customs documents are needed? What kind of customs-related information has to be (re)entered in the system?
- Which Incoterms should be avoided or should no longer be arranged? In which cases does it make sense to agree on FCA and DAP to ensure a smooth process?
- What are the implications for your cross-border employees?
- What needs to be considered from a group tax law perspective (e.g. dividends from and to Austria, group taxation, etc.)?
The following experts, in addition to your personal TPA tax advisor, are also available with their specialist knowledge to answer these and many other business questions relating to BREXIT – the new TPA Brexit help desk.
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