What you don’t know about Brexit VAT (from a HMRC perspective)
23rd September @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Time – 13:00 – 14:00
VAT has always been a hot topic and even more so since the EU transition period ended on 31st December 2020.
We know how challenging it is to get used to so many changes, and we appreciate how much you’ve done already. Businesses like yours have told us that they need more advice around VAT issues and as a trading business it is key that you are up to date and understand these new procedures.
This free webinar will be delivered via a Zoom call and will talk about VAT issues from a HMRC perspective including postponed VAT accounting, low value goods from 1st January 2021 as well moving goods to Northern Ireland or on through to Ireland.
There will also be a 20 minute Q & A session to answer your questions on these topics.
This webinar will be delivered by the team at HM Revenue & Customs and experts from their policy team will also be on hand.
We encourage you to add any questions to your registration form so we can try and arrange for your questions to be covered. Please register on Eventbrite.
Bio’s for the presenters:
David joined HMCE in 1987 and first worked in VAT Assurance and Debt Management in Carlisle. Since 1993, David has had a range of mainly Policy roles in Liverpool, Salford, Stockport and London, mainly focusing on VAT, but also Excise and Environmental Taxes. He has worked in Tax Administration across tax regimes which has included aspects of customs, direct taxes and NICs. This included from 2005 to 2010 as a member of the Review of Powers, Deterrents and Safeguards team. Since 2018, David has worked for and led HMRC’s work on the introduction of Postponed VAT Accounting.
Phil joined HMRC in 2016 and has worked in indirect tax policy related to Brexit since 2018, initially on secondment. Since early 2020, he has primarily focused on VAT under the Northern Ireland Protocol, from a policy and delivery perspective, as a Senior Policy Advisor.
Will started at HMRC in 2015 and worked in compliance before joining indirect tax policy in 2018. Since then, he has worked as a policy adviser for VAT insurance and Insurance Premium Tax, split payment and withholding tax, and more recently the VAT treatment of overseas goods.