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Brexit and VAT: a short summary

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Posted by Kevin Hall on 17 December 2020

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The VAT changes to GB imports and online marketplace burdens

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Kevin Hall

Partner – VAT

Kevin is a VAT specialist. He provides clear, practical advice to businesses and their advisers to help them navigate the complexities thrown up by this awkward tax.

Kevin Hall

Kevin is a VAT specialist. He provides clear, practical advice to businesses and their advisers to help them navigate the complexities thrown up by this awkward tax.

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