Indirect taxes, particularly value-added tax (VAT), can be extremely complex and administratively burdensome, made even more so with the approach of Brexit. Our international network of experts manages all aspects of indirect tax to help you avoid or mitigate costly mistakes, interest and penalties.
We support and guide clients through indirect tax changes or changes to businesses that impact indirect taxes. We advise on setting up businesses in the U.K. and across the EU together with the indirect tax implications of reorganisations and supply chain changes.
We help you plan for Brexit by identifying your risk areas, advising on any additional compliance requirements and determining any necessary changes to your trade. We help you take the critical first step of an indirect review of your supply chain to ensure a successful indirect tax Brexit business plan.