Changes to right to work checks from 1 July

Following the deadline for applications to the EU Settlement Scheme, the process for completing right-to-work checks on EU, EEA, and Swiss citizens has now changed.   Employers can no longer accept EU passports or ID cards as valid proof of right-to-work, with the exception of Irish citizens. Instead, you need to check a job applicant’s right to work online using a share code and their date… Continue reading Changes to right to work checks from 1 July

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Business Travel To EU With Goods or Products in Luggage

Whether you’re travelling between the UK and EU for business or pleasure, there are new processes you need to be prepared for since 1st January. In addition to COVID-19, passport and insurance requirements for travellers visiting the EU, there are new rules that will affect you if you bring in goods from abroad for personal… Continue reading Business Travel To EU With Goods or Products in Luggage

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Importing from the EU: Supplementary Declarations

If you’ve chosen to delay making customs declarations on non-controlled goods you’ve imported from the EU this year, you may need to start thinking about making a supplementary declaration. These are due within 175 days of your shipment arriving in GB – so if you imported anything in Ja‌nu‌ar‌y 2021, your supplementary declaration could be due… Continue reading Importing from the EU: Supplementary Declarations

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Accounting for import VAT on your VAT return – Postponed VAT Accounting

Adapting to the new rules for trading with the EU can be daunting but HMRC are taking on feedback and issuing further guidance on those areas tax payers are needing more help with. Accounting for import VAT on your VAT return (also called Postponed VAT Accounting) means you’ll account for and recover import VAT on… Continue reading Accounting for import VAT on your VAT return – Postponed VAT Accounting

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