‘NO DEAL Brexit’: have you lined up your VAT planning? The approval of a suspension of Parliament by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on 28 August 2019 will be seen by many as the final step for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union on 31 October 2019 without a deal in place for future trade and customs relations. So what does a ‘no deal Brexit’ mean for business aircraft flying into and within the EU?
BBGA Member Company Martyn Fiddler Associates have produced a useful crib sheet to help clarify what Brexit means for VAT and how to plan for a no deal Brexit.
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