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Lots of questions still to be answered but I hope these main points will help
Exporting good from GB
Importing goods to GB
Exporting: Actions you need to take to prepare for 1 January 2021
The webinar explains what actions you need to take to export goods from Great Britain to the EU and move goods between Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
We’ll provide a run-through of the key export processes – staged border controls, zero-rated VAT, customs declaration, using an intermediary as well as licences, certificates, and authorisations that you’ll need.
Please register to take part if you’re planning to export.
Trader responsibilities when using an intermediary
If you import or export goods between the UK and the EU your business will need to complete import or export declarations, or both. As this is a complicated process a lot of businesses choose to use an intermediary to do these for them.
This webinar explains your responsibilities as a trader if you choose to use an intermediary to complete either import or export declarations or both.
Please register to take part if you’re planning to import or export.
What are customs import declarations?
If you import goods, you’ll need to prepare for making customs import declarations on controlled goods from 1 January, and by the end of June on all goods. This webinar will help you to understand what they are in more detail. This includes what is needed for simplified declarations, supplementary declarations, making import declarations without authorisation, and delayed import declarations
Please register to take part if you’re planning to import.
Importing: Staged controls and how to prepare to use them
Recognising the impact of coronavirus on businesses’ ability to prepare for the 31 December 2020 deadline, the UK in introducing the new border controls in three stages up until 1 July 2021. This flexible approach will give you extra time to make necessary arrangements.
This webinar will walk you through the three stages and the actions you need to take.
Protect yourself from scams
Stay vigilant about scams, which may mimic government messages as a way of appearing authentic. Search ‘scams’ on GOV.UK for information on how to recognise genuine HMRC contact. You can also forward suspicious emails claiming to be from HMRC to email@example.com and texts to 60599.
Access the National Cyber Security Centre’s new guide on how to stay secure online and protect yourself or your business against cyber crime by searching ‘Cyber Aware’ on GOV.UK
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