Indirect tax issues in a post-Brexit trading environment
This webinar hosted jointly by MHA and the ICAEW looks at the current challenges still facing UK businesses as they trade post Brexit. Reviewing how the new Import One Stop Shop and OSS systems are working for E-commerce and distance sales as well as provide an update on the VAT and Duty rules affecting trade in Northern Ireland.
- An understanding of key trading challenges involving VAT and Customs Duty for UK -EU supply chains.
- Up to date information on the current position in Northern Ireland for Duty and VAT.
- An update about the new VAT rules in the EU from 1 July 2021.
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This webinar was originally produced in association with the ICAEW Exporting Community.
Sue Rathmell, Indirect Tax Partner, MHA
Sue is an Indirect Tax specialist with more than 25 years’ experience of VAT, Insurance Premium Tax, excise and customs duties. She joined MHA MacIntyre Hudson in April 2017 and heads up the Indirect Tax services in the Kent region.
Jonathan Main, Indirect Tax Partner, MHA
Jonathan joined MHA as a Partner in 2018. He qualified with the Chartered Institute of Taxation as a chartered tax adviser in 1994 and as an accredited mediator with the Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution in 2016. To ensure that we continue to provide the best advice to our clients following the UK’s departure from the EU, Jonathan is currently studying for the Level 3 Certificate in International Trade with The Institute of Export & International Trade. He has more than thirty years’ experience of indirect taxation, including time spent as a Partner with both Arthur Andersen and PwC. During his time with PwC, Jonathan was Senior Partner for PwC’s Liverpool office.
Andrew joined MHA as our Customs Duty Consultant in October 2019. He joined from HMRC where he gained valuable experience liaising with all sizes and sectors of companies within the UK by facilitating customs procedures and assessing compliance. During his 15 years working in HMRC Andrew audited companies across sectors from retail, manufacturing and exporters who are involved in the supply of goods across global supply chains. Andrew works closely with clients across the Baker Tilly International Network to manage the complexities of customs regimes and identify potential opportunities for supply chain improvements and duty savings.
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