Brexit – Changes for Businesses and Individuals

Brexit Resources | Prager Metis | Nov 09, 2020

Last updated 03 November 2020

What we know
The UK is leaving the EU Single Market and Customs Union and the end of the transition period on 31 December 2020 will affect Individuals, businesses as well as travel to and from the EU.

Although the precise terms upon which the UK leaves is still uncertain, it is important that with less than sixty days to go, businesses and individuals start planning for the changes that will result.

The Government has produced an interactive checklist which we recommend that you use to assist you assess the impact of the UK’s leaving is going to have upon you and\or your business. This can be found at Click here.

You need to take action now if you are:

  • Importing goods into the UK
  • Exporting goods from the UK
  • Travelling to the EU
  • Living and working in the EU
  • Staying in the UK if you are an EU Citizen

Over the coming weeks we will be providing further information and resources to help support you and your business, however in the meantime please do not hesitate to contact your usual Prager Metis contact if you have any questions.