What is this resource?
Our Brexit Customs and Trade Impact Assessment tool helps you model the impact of Brexit on your global and EU supply chains.
A Brexit indirect tax impact assessment can help you to:
- Identify the potential increase in customs duty and admin costs for raw materials, parts or finished goods under the different Brexit models e.g. European Free Trade Association and World Trade Organisation
- Imported into the UK
- Exported from the UK into the EU
- Exported from the UK to the Rest of World (ROW)
- Make informed alternative procurement decisions for imported goods
whether raw materials, parts or finished goods.
- Identify potential operational risk areas in EU sales/distribution models, i.e. Can distance sales models still be used? Can you continue to operate Customs Warehousing or identify alternative models?
- Identify additional statutory compliance requirements, i.e. new VAT registrations and import duties covered under the Senior Accounting Officer Regime.
- Hold informed discussions with the business board, stakeholders, customs brokers and freight agents to fully understand and mitigate the Brexit impact while ensuring business continuity.
Read our flyer...
This flyer will help you to understand:
- How an indirect tax impact assessment can help your business
- How Brexit could impact your business
- Why you should be planning for Brexit
Need further information on this topic?
For more information, please contact Matthew Paul Clark or your usual PwC advisor.