Helping you prepare

The UK and EU have agreed to delay Brexit to 31 January 2020. Meanwhile, our recommendation is to continue to plan for a no deal exit.  HMRC continue to make provisions to ease the pain of a no deal and regular announcements are coming out. Find out more in our latest Brexit update blog.

All businesses, not just those directly involved in importing and exporting throughout Europe, should carry out a Brexit health check to prepare their business for change. 

Settled status - the application process for settled status is now open. Find out more in our short blog.

Your planning tool

Establishing a view on the risks and opportunities Brexit poses to your organisation is a good way of kick-starting the process. To assist with this, we've created a Brexit planning tool. Download your copy of the planner by clicking on the link below.

Our insight

How will Brexit impact your personal finances and business? Our team have shared their insight.

Your personal finances

Agriculture & Fishing

Food & Drink

VAT

The legislative journey so far

 

Our dedicated Brexit team

At Johnston Carmichael we have a dedicated Brexit team who are on hand to help you with the scenario planning for your business, making sure you're prepared, whatever the outcome. Our multi-skilled team are uniquely placed to businesses in the private, public and third sectors understand and address any Brexit queries as they arise.


Susie Walker

Partner & Head of Tax

Susie Walker

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Nigel Roberts

VAT Director and Head of VAT & Duty

Nigel Roberts

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Brian Rudkin

Director and Head of Employer Services

Brian Rudkin

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Stuart Thomson

Corporate Tax Director

Stuart Thomson

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Julie Buchanan

Employer Services Director

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