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Preparing for Brexit

The UK has left the EU and the Brexit transition period is coming to an end on 31st December. After this date, there will be 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 get ready for the changes coming at the end of the transition period. when the UK begins its new relationship with the EU.

To get started and 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 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 how they can best prepare for January 1st 2021.

In addition, we are adapting our products, guidance and services in preparation, so that your solution remains compliant with legislative changes that will occur across payroll, VAT and other taxes where required.

This hub brings together UK government resources, experts in Sage, product support and other key areas helping you get ready for 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.

Brexit loan scheme: How it works and how your business can apply

Brexit loan scheme: How it works and how your business can apply

Find out about the Brexit loan scheme, which has been extended to December 2021. It could help if your business has been affected by Brexit.

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EORI number: How to apply and trade with the UK post-Brexit

EORI number: How to apply and trade with the UK post-Brexit

Not sure what an EORI number or what it means for your business post-Brexit? Find out how to apply for one and trade with the UK.

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Postponed VAT accounting: How it works for Irish businesses

Postponed VAT accounting: How it works for Irish businesses

If your business imports goods from Great Britain, you may be able to avoid cash flow problems by using postponed VAT accounting.

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

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

This article outlines what Republic of Ireland businesses need to do about customs and VAT after the Brexit transition period ends.

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How will Brexit affect businesses? 9 things you need to know

How will Brexit affect businesses? 9 things you need to know

How will Brexit affect businesses in Ireland? This article answers a number of questions to help you do business in a post-Brexit world.

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Brexit jargon buster: Useful phrases for your business to understand

Brexit jargon buster: Useful phrases for your business to understand

Use this Brexit jargon buster to gain clarity on the key phrases that are being used as the UK prepares to leave the European Union.

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