New requirements for importing food and plant products into the UK from the EU – 1st January 2022
New requirements will be introduced for importing some sanitary and phytosanitary goods, such as meat or […]on December 20, 2021
Additional National Insurance Contributions for employees and an increase in corporate and dividend tax
From April 2022, the UK Government plans to create a new social care levy which will […]on October 15, 2021
The OECD’s latest interim economic outlook
Global economic growth is stronger than predicted a year ago. However, the recovery remains uneven, exposing […]on October 14, 2021
New COVID 19 support measures announced in the UK budget
Following the Chancellor’s Budget statement on 3 March, there are several new and extended measures to […]on March 11, 2021
Should you consider setting up an EU based subsidiary to circumvent some of the restrictions and red tape currently being experienced by some UK companies?
Stephen Jones of Management Today recently talked to Steen Rosenfalck, senior partner at European business lawyers […]on March 4, 2021
Important new post-BREXIT procedures for businesses importing and exporting goods to and from the UK
Amongst several procedural changes now impacting businesses due to BREXIT is the need to use an EORI numberon December 15, 2020
How is VAT being affected by BREXIT?
VAT (Value Added Tax) is a sales tax that is charged on the supply of goods […]on December 3, 2020
How is the UK government helping UK businesses including subsidiaries and branches of EEA companies to import and export goods and services to and from the UK because of Brexit?
The UK government has provided additional funding to support its existing Customs Grant Scheme. Since the 29th July 2020,on November 20, 2020
The new post Brexit world – are you trading in the UK, but you don’t have a place of business or a company established in the UK? You might have acquired a UK permanent establishment without intending to do so; what are the implications?
For an overseas company including companies registered in an EEA member state doing business in the UK, there is a risk that it could beon November 20, 2020