VAT and Brexit – an update on what we’ve learned so far
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18 March, 2021

5:30 pm - 6:30 pm GMT

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VAT and Brexit – an update on what we’ve learned so far

Location: Virtual

  • Format

    Event

  • Type

    Conference

  • Duration

    1 Hour

Join this webinar to hear Keith Miller, Associate VAT Director at ETC Tax, discuss the impact of Brexit on UK and EU VAT compliance for UK (and non-UK) businesses.

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Duration:1 Hour
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Programme outline

Keith will outline the key VAT changes that came about on 1 January 2021 and discuss their impact on businesses, mainly in the UK but also elsewhere. He will talk through some real-life examples of how these changes have impacted businesses, and also look ahead to some changes to EU VAT rules that are due to come in on 1 July 2021 that will affect UK businesses selling goods to EU consumers.

Learning outcomes:

  • Understand the key UK/EU VAT changes caused by Brexit
  • How the impact of Brexit VAT changes may be minimised
  • Understand upcoming changes to EU VAT rules for UK businesses supplying goods to EU consumers

Speaker details:

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Keith Miller primarily specialises in advising on all aspects of VAT but can also advise on other indirect taxes. Keith works closely with ETC’s other tax specialists to help clients identify opportunities for VAT savings and to ensure that VAT risks are minimised.

Keith started his career with 10 years as a VAT inspector with HM Customs & Excise before moving into practice, where he spent 20 years working at Deloitte, KPMG and most recently Dow Schofield Watts before he recently joined the team at ETC Tax as Associate VAT Director.

Keith has many years of experience advising clients in all business sectors, although he has developed a particular specialism in relation to land & property and cross-border transactions.