Brexit compliance checklist
Tax & Accounting09 April, 2021

Brexit compliance checklist

The exit of the UK from the single market and customs union of the European Union on 31 January 2020 has meant the UK is now treated as a third country in relation to all EU countries.

There was a transitional period in place until 31 December 2020, so the effect of losing the benefits of the EU single market, customs union, and the free movement of goods and people was only felt in the UK from 1 January 2021. There are still a number of temporary easements in place which will gradually be removed over the next few months.

Getting to grips with all these changes is a huge challenge for many businesses so it is essential to use the right tools, which may include technical solutions, as well as checklists.

We have created this checklist to help you get to grips with the main Brexit-related changes that businesses may need to consider, and included links to further information. It is not exhaustive, as new problem areas are emerging every day, but it will get you started. 

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