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Understanding the Post-Brexit Tax Landscape: What U.S. Businesses Need to Know

April 21, 2021
11:00 AM to 12:00 PM EST

Kara Shively
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Nearly four years after voting to leave, the EU and the UK officially split on January 31, 2020. After months of negotiations, the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) went into effect January 1, 2021. The agreement contains new rules for how the UK and EU will live, work and trade together and with it, new ramifications for how multinational companies will now conduct business with the UK. In addition, the US-UK Free Trade Agreement is awaiting a path forward in the new Biden Administration.
Don't be caught unprepared. Join our webinar to understand the effects of Brexit to your business, including tax opportunities and implications associated with TCA, from both the perspectives of the U.S. and the UK. Our panelists will share what they're hearing from clients and expand on the key issues impacting corporate income tax, VAT, duty and customs.
  • Monika Loving - Managing Partner, International Tax Services National Practice Leader, BDO USA
  • Damon V. Pike - International Tax Principal, Customs & International Trade Services, BDO USA
  • Stuart Lisle - Tax Partner, BDO UK
  • Glyn Woodhouse - Indirect Tax Partner, BDO UK
Learning Objectives:
  • Discuss the Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) and its effects on corporate and indirect tax.
  • Compare tax strategies employed by both the UK and the US as it relates to Brexit.
  • Examine what issues companies are facing related to VAT, duty and customs.
Delivery: This webinar will be delivered via the BDO Online CPE Network
Prerequisites: None
Advanced Prep: None
Credits: 1.0 Credit in the Field of Tax
Program Level: Basic
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