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The UK transition period comes to an end on the 31st December 2020.
You don't need to wait for the changes to come in to effect - here are the steps you can take right now to get ready for the new year.
As part of the transition period, you can start preparing your business for the new year by looking into the movement of goods and how things will change.
Here are Government updates advising what you and your business can do to get ready:
When it comes to selling goods, you can start making changes today ready for the new year:
If your business provides services, here is a breakdown of what you need to consider when the transition period comes to an end:
VAT is changing come the 1st January 2021. Find out below what you can do now to prepare, and what you will need to do differently.
When the transition period comes to an end you will need to think differently when it comes to managing and employing people. Below is the guidance you will need to review for the new year.
Day to day running of a business is changing at the end of the transition period. Whether it is providing services, using personal data, or travelling abroad - there are things you can do now to get ready.
What is changing for Accountants? See how you work with UK businesses from the 1st January 2021.
Check when you can account for import VAT on your VAT Return from 1 January 2021
Complete your VAT Return to account for import VAT
Changes to VAT treatment of overseas goods sold to customers from 1 January 2021
How to report your EU sales for VAT
Claim VAT refunds from EU countries from 1 January 2021
Pay VAT when you sell digital services to EU consumers from 1 January 2021
If your business is based in Northern Ireland, here is how you can prepare: