When assessing the tax impact of no-deal Brexit businesses should look at the rules which are directly derived from the EU legal framework and those which are indirectly impacted.
VAT, customs duties, state aid and to some extent withholding tax (WHT) are the primary ones affected, but the changes to the transfer pricing (TP) rules coming out of the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting project (BEPS) may indirectly play an important role after Brexit, and to some extent Insurance Premium Tax (IPT).
This free interactive workshop will provide delegates with the information they need to ensure they are prepared, have planned for and are implementing the correct changes to ensure a smooth transition in dealing with taxation and insurance issues including:
- The future treatment of payments between associated companies in the UK and other member states (Royalties Directive and the Parents Subsidiary Directive)
- Postponed accounting
- Import VAT
- Insurance on stockpiling
- VAT registration in the EU
- Supply chain, bank guarantees and margins
- Intellectual property/trademarks
- Currency risk