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The UK will leave the EU on 29 March 2019. Leaving the EU means your business may need to prepare for change. Delivering the deal negotiated with the EU remains the government’s top priority. With an implementation until December 2020, this would give businesses stability, certainty and time to prepare for our new relationship after EU Exit.
This seven-point business tool will help you find relevant guidance documents based on your specific business needs, and includes factors around size activity and industry sector.
To further support this transitional period, the Government are providing funding to help businesses complete customs declarations, to provide specific training for employees, and to procure IT upgrades.
The government must plan for every possible outcome including no deal. Without a deal, businesses may need to act before 29 March 2019. Use this information to understand how leaving the EU may affect your business and what you can do to get ready/
Series of technical notices providing guidance on how to prepare for a no deal
Partnership pack preparing for changes at the UK border after a no deal Brexit
More general information for businesses can be found via these links:
In preparation of a no deal Brexit, HMRC are urging business owners to consider 3 steps to ensure their businesses can continue to trade with the EU:
In preparation for a ‘No Deal’ policy eCommerce regulations will not be affected to greatly; for minimum disruption, the UK will continue to align with most of the provisions in the eCommerce Directive, including provisions on intermediary liability and general monitoring.
The exception is the “Country of Origin Principle” which will be removed from UK legislation.
Contact the Signpost 2 Grow team to find out more.