Brexit will result in changes to the VAT treatment of international goods and services.
With the end of the transition period to Brexit ending on 31 December 2020, there will be changes to the VAT treatment of international goods and services. The process for any cross-border VAT refunds will also become manual and cumbersome as applications for refunds will be paper-based and sent to the individual member state that the VAT relates to.
In conjunction with Dean Wootten FCA CTA, we bring you a technical factsheet on cross-border VAT issues that will provide guidance on these issues and the changes to be aware of.
The factsheet and other resources relating to Brexit are available at our Brexit Hub