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Are you Brexit Ready?

No one could have foreseen what challenges 2020 would have brought to UK businesses.   As we approach 2021 a whole new challenge awaits us.  With the end of the Brexit transitional period the trading relationship between the UK and the European Union will look very different.

The Prime Minister warned UK businesses to prepare for the prospect of a ‘no-deal’ Brexit and to plan accordingly. While it still remains unclear as to what Brexit will mean for businesses, preparing ahead is crucial.

At Cowgills we’ve brought together a panel of experts, including our in-house specialist team who will be able to advise on the issues that may affect your business including: tax, VAT and general business and financial advice.

We have also collaborated with specialists from legal firms, local Chambers and customs experts to ensure that together, we can guide you through this period of change.  We will offer up to date guidance on all matters to ensure that your business continues to operate ‘as usual’ whatever the final outcome may be.

Online Events

Our experts are holding a variety of events on the subjects that will matter the most to businesses.  The first is taking place on Monday 23rd November, with the second following on the 8th December.  Please keep up to date by following our website or subscribe to receive our updates HERE.

Brexit Clinics

We will also be providing one to one ‘Brexit Clinics’ for businesses who would like to speak to an advisor individually (Covid securely over zoom).  If you would be interested in booking an appointment, please contact me directly HERE.

Recommended Resources

In addition to our updates, website and events, we also recommend the following resources to assist you:

UK Transition Assistance from the CBI

UK Government Guidance

European Commission

As ever our team is here to support our clients, if you have any further queries please contact our dedicated Brexit team email brexitsupport@cowgills.co.uk


The information was correct at time of publishing but may now be out of date.

Posted by Alex Hesketh
19th November, 2020
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