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Withdrawal of UK from the EU

With a large working majority following the December general election, Boris Johnson has promised to ‘get Brexit done’. There seems to be little doubt that we will indeed leave the EU on 31 January 2020, but it is still unclear as to the nature of the trading relationship with our largest export market.

And whilst we have more certainly than we have in recent months, with the Prime Minister’s promise to leave by the end of 2020, a no deal Brexit cannot be taken off the table.

We appreciate that planning is essential and businesses need to take professional advice on some of the steps they can take to future proof their operation.

Visit our Are you ready for Brexit? planner to find out more about the areas you should be thinking about and how to kick-start your post-Brexit plan and our Brexit Update and Tax Guide for an overview of some of the possible impacts of Brexit on how your business is taxed.

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