The Brexit transition period ends 31 December 2020, which means that thousands of UK and EU businesses will face new VAT, customs and tariff obligations.
Most of the new rules are now known, which means that businesses need to start taking action now to avoid fines, extra import taxes, delayed shipments and lost customers.
Join tax technology experts from Avalara as they discuss:
- The key changes affecting businesses trading between the UK and EU
- What actions your business needs to take in advance of the deadline
- Getting your VAT right to avoid penalties and blocked goods