Import/export VAT & other post-Brexit issues

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The post-Brexit marketplace has posed new challenges for retailers. New knowledge is needed to overcome them. The webinar aims to provide a basic understanding of the most common challenges and what to consider.

Audience

Accountants, tax advisors and others who are/will be involved in import-export transactions and need basic knowledge of the webinar topics.

Topics

The following topics are covered during the webinar:

  • Export/ import VAT
  • IOSS - Import One Stop Shop
  • Preferential origin of goods, statement on origin
  • Returned goods relief 

After listening to the webinar and doing the readings/ watching the videos in Resources, test your knowledge by taking the quiz. It can also be a good idea to start with the quiz (you can repeat it as many times as you like) and that way check your knowledge before and after the training.

Time

Please plan 1-1,5 hour to complete the training. 

Speakers

Zandra Horgan is a Chartered Certified Accountant, Chartered Tax Adviser, Customs Agent & Adviser in Ireland. She is co-founder of HFS which offer Customs, Accounting & Tax services to a varied client base of multinationals to the SME sector. 

Now operating his own consultancy company, Anthony Buckley provides advice to a number of accountancy and other firms, and has experience of training in customs for Irish Exporters Association, CILT Skillnet and Chartered Accountants Ireland. Formerly Head of Revenue’s Customs Service, he led Brexit planning for Irish Customs up to mid-2018. 

Recommendation for further learning

Articles published in Customs Compliance & Risk Management journal on Returned Goods Relief and Statement on Origin.  

Courses on specific topics:
VAT related to export and import in the EU - In this video training, the subject of VAT is dealt with in more detail.
Exemption from import VAT under the 'Customs Procedure 42'
Preferential and non-preferential origin of goods in the EU 

Courses that cover many topics:
Customs clearance and trade compliance in the EU training - An extensive training which provides basic knowledge in 21 modules (2 weeks of learning full-time, access granted for 3 months, so that you can combine work and learning).
Customs compliance training for EU and UK businesses (8 hours of learning).

Customs Knowledge Institute: 🔗the Customs Knowledge Institute is an Irish not-for-profit organisation whose mission is to bring together passionate customs practitioners for the purpose of enhancing customs knowledge.

Resources are available after purchase.

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