Brexit seminars and informational videos

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Brexit technical sessions - Presentations

To assist businesses in preparing for Brexit the following presentation videos covering technical topics are available:

Inward and outward processing

This video outlines the customs procedures which may allow you to suspend or pay less Customs Duty and Value-Added Tax (VAT). These reliefs may apply when moving your goods temporarily into or out of the EU for processing.

 

 

Customs warehousing and end use

This video explains how to get authorised for the customs warehousing and end use procedures. It highlights the different types of warehousing and identifies the cash flow benefits of the authorisations.

 

 

Temporary admissions and reliefs

This video describes the process of temporary admission and the different type of customs reliefs available. This will be of interest if you temporarily import certain goods into the EU. Examples of such goods are samples, professional equipment, items for auction, exhibition or demonstration.

 

 

Tariff classification and customs valuation

This video describes tariff classification and customs valuation. It illustrates the importance of correctly classifying goods and the implications of incorrect tariff classifications. 

 

 

Moving prohibited or restricted goods

This video provides information on moving goods that are prohibited or restricted at import and export. 

 

 

VAT and Excise implications

This video details the VAT and Excise changes that will apply from 1 January 2021.

 

 

VRT changes

This video describes the process of importing and exporting vehicles from and to the UK, including NI. It also covers importing or exporting vehicles to other EU Member States through the UK landbridge.

 

 

Benefits and limitations of becoming an authorised ‘trusted trader’ - AEO and simplified procedures

This video outlines the benefits and limitations of becoming an Authorised Economic Operator (AEO), commonly referred to as a ‘trusted trader’.

 

 

Rules of origin

This video outlines the rules of origin and preferential duty rates. This is particularly relevant for manufactured goods which will take on a new dimension from 1 January 2021. 

 

 

Some financial considerations – Comprehensive guarantees, postponed accounting, deferred Payment

This video outlines some financial considerations and facilitations that you can consider for your business.