[_] Internet in a post no-deal Brexit (sorry)
phil at web2wire.com
Thu Feb 14 11:26:05 GMT 2019
I have had a few things through from HMRC regarding import/export and overseas VAT in a 'no-deal' scenario. Other than a list of what won't work going forward it seems to boil down to "you will need to (1) train someone in your business to do X and/or (2) buy specialist software to do Y". Neither of which is super helpful and both of which incur additional expenses, potentially for no purpose at all. Fortunately at the moment I am UK only so will completely ignore it but if you are a one-man business who needs to handle it and has to absorb the consequent time and costs then you have my sympathy. It's all utterly nuts. Phil On 14/02/2019 10:27, Craig Francis wrote: > It's the data protections bits I'm unsure about, how VAT will be charged if > you have EU customers (extra paperwork), and the more vague question of > what we will need to comply with in the future (I like GDPR, hope it > improves in later years, and wonder what the direction the new ePrivacy > Regulation will take). > > I know I shouldn't ask, but why are we doing this again?