For UK businesses, the transition period for Brexit is coming to an end on 31 December 2020. Sage are here to support you and your business in any we can.
To get started and understand what this means, you can read our blog on Brexit, or learn more by following the latest Government of Ireland guidance on what you need to do to be prepared.
As a business across UK and Ireland, 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, the impact this may have, and some of the key actions your business can consider.
In addition, we are adapting our products, guidance and services in preparation, so that your solution continues to enable you to meet your legal obligations in line with legislative changes across areas such as VAT and other taxes.
This hub brings together UK government resources, experts in Sage, product support and other key areas helping you navigate the end of the Brexit transition period and the new relationship between the UK and EU.
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