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Preparing for Brexit

The UK has left the EU and the Brexit transition period ended on the 31st December. There have been changes to key processes such as VAT and customs that may affect your business. Sage are here to support you in any way we can.

There are actions your business can take now to reflect the changes related to the end of the transition period, when the UK begins its new relationship with the EU.

To understand what this means, you can choose between our UK and IE Brexit Hubs to get all the information you and your business needs.

Are you Brexit ready?

As a UK business, Sage deeply understands the complexities that come with major compliance changes. As experts in compliance and legislation for almost 40 years, we are committed to providing our customers with a single place to access the very best information on Brexit and the impacts this can have.

In addition, we are adapting our products, guidance and services to reflect legislative changes related to the end of the transition period across payroll, VAT and other taxes where required.

Our hubs brings together government resources, experts in Sage, product support and other key information regarding the end of the Brexit transition period.


Brexit news and business views

See our latest blogs on Brexit, packed with useful insights and tips to help you understand how Brexit could affect your business and how to plan for it.

Business after Brexit: What businesses need to do now

Business after Brexit: What businesses need to do now

Business after Brexit is a unique, free guide for Brexit readiness in businesses. Download it now and keep your business moving post-Brexit.

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New year, new legislation: What accountants need to know in 2021

New year, new legislation: What accountants need to know in 2021

Here's how accountants can help clients with Brexit, MTD, IR35, VAT reverse charge for construction and other compliance needs in 2021.

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VAT after Brexit: What accountants need to know to support their clients

VAT after Brexit: What accountants need to know to support their clients

Brexit has brought VAT accounting changes that accountancy clients need to know about. Here, we explain the headline changes for 2021.

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How will Brexit affect businesses? 14 things you need to know

How will Brexit affect businesses? 14 things you need to know

How will Brexit affect businesses? Read this article for answers to questions you may have now the UK-EU trade deal is in place.

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New year, new legislation: What businesses need to know in 2021

New year, new legislation: What businesses need to know in 2021

Learn about legislation your business needs to be aware of in 2021, covering Making Tax Digital, Brexit, coronavirus measures and more.

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Customs and VAT after Brexit: What happens for UK businesses?

Customs and VAT after Brexit: What happens for UK businesses?

With a UK-EU trade deal in place, discover what that means for customs and VAT, and what your business needs to do now.

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Postponed VAT accounting: How it works for businesses importing goods into the UK

Postponed VAT accounting: How it works for businesses importing goods into the UK

Postponed VAT accounting means business admin and tax must be done differently when dealing with importing. Here's what you need to know.

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EORI number: How to apply and trade with the EU after Brexit

EORI number: How to apply and trade with the EU after Brexit

Learn about EORI numbers, which your business will need if you're importing and exporting goods within the EU.

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Sage legal disclaimer:

The information contained on this website is for general guidance purposes only. It should not be taken for, nor is it intended as, legal advice. We would like to stress that there is no substitute for customers making their own detailed investigations or seeking their own legal advice if they are unsure about the implications of Brexit on their businesses.

While we have made every effort to ensure that the information provided on this website is correct and up to date, Sage makes no promises as to completeness or accuracy and the information is delivered on an “as is” basis without any warranties, express or implied. Sage will not accept any liability for errors or omissions and will not be liable for any damage (including, without limitation, damage for loss of business or loss of profits) arising in contract, tort or otherwise from the use of or reliance on this information or from any action or decisions taken as a result of using this information.