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Brexit: VAT and Customs reporting implications for trading with the EU

27 January 2021
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A webinar by UHY Hacker Young

Date
27 January 2021
Time
13:00 – 14:00
Venue
Online Webinar
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Price
Free to attend

UHY Hacker Young invite you to a webinar setting out the principle issues relating to VAT and Customs reporting now the UK has left the EU. Sean Glancy, one of UHY’s resident VAT experts, will be presenting alongside Barbara Scott, Chair of the Customs Practitioners Group, to consider a number of key topics and changes that your business should be ready for, including: 

  • Exporting goods to the EU 
  • Importing goods into the UK 
  • Supplies of services 
  • A number of supply chain solutions 

The trade and cooperation agreement between the UK and EU means that there will be no tariffs or quotas on the movement of goods produced between the UK and the EU. 

They will discuss how UK businesses have been affected by the VAT rules effective from 1 January 2021, including the movement of goods, explaining the VAT and duty implications, the supply of services, as well as other VAT developments. 

The session will conclude with a Q&A session where you will be able to ask our speakers questions surrounding the key changes. 

  • Speakers

Barbara Scott, Customs specialist, Customs Associates Ltd and Chair of the Customs Practitioners Group

Barbara is the owner of Customs Associates Ltd, having worked as a customs adviser for 13 years as a consultant at Ernst & Young and Arthur Andersen. Barbara works with a number of associates advising on customs systems, litigation and related matters. Her business, Customs Associates, has a network of customs and international trade advisers in most major trading countries. Barbara has a wealth of knowledge about customs and international trade and is the current Chair of the Customs Practitioners Group. Barbara is also the customs adviser to the UK Warehousing Association and the giftware and toy trade. 

Sean Glancy, VAT partner, UHY Hacker Young

Sean is UHY’s VAT partner and works with a number of clients trading internationally. He is a Chartered Tax Advisor and was a Senior Officer in HM Customs & Excise before spending 18 years working in the Big Four. Sean joined UHY in 2018 and leads many cross border projects. He has advised on cross border compliance issues for over 20 years with clients including global businesses with turnovers in excess of £3bn. 


This event is organised by fellow member UHY Hacker Young and open to attend