Brexit will have profound effects on businesses exporting from the UK and those with UK-based customers, regardless of where those businesses are located. Affected businesses will face new challenges related to data protection, supply chains, immigration and more. The precise nature of many of these challenges remains uncertain, and the hard truth is that many Brexit-related uncertainties will persist long after the UK leaves the EU.
Whether Brexit is hard or soft, right around the corner or further delayed, the UK’s departure from the EU will have a significant effect on local staffing. The key to avoiding a shortfall may lie in rethinking recruitment strategies.
It's still not too late to prepare your organization for the possibility of a no-deal Brexit. This post provides a checklist of critical steps to take now to protect your organization.
Many multinationals operating in or considering expanding to the UK are concerned Brexit may make the region less attractive to employers. This post explores steps UK organizations can take to mitigate the short- and long-term effects of Brexit on their employees and their own organizations.
We tell you what UK VAT payers can expect to face if the UK can’t reach an agreement with the EU about the terms of its exit.
Digitizing VAT is the first phase of the UK’s Making Tax Digital program, designed to modernize the country's tax system. UK authorities have revised related deadlines, which call for certain businesses to keep digital records and submit VAT returns using compatible software.
Theresa May gathered her Brexit “war cabinet” last week to solidify her government’s Brexit strategy before delivering a highly-anticipated speech on Friday. This post summarizes recent UK and EU Brexit publications and gives a picture of how far the UK has come in its efforts to provide businesses with certainty about how its economy will operate after Brexit.