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Preparing your business for Brexit: Tips from our team

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With little progress in the talks between the EU and UK, the prospect of a no deal scenario becomes more likely, though there is yet time for a deal to be reached.

Common misconceptions are that businesses cannot plan for a no deal and that they don’t need to make any changes if a deal is reached. These are both not true.

Changes are coming, regardless of whether a deal is reached or not, and businesses should plan ahead to avoid unnecessary business disruption or operational challenges.

Below we have listed some key tips from our team, to help businesses with their preparations.

We also recommend using the governments Brexit Checker Tool to receive your personalised business action points and updates in the weeks ahead, should any aspect change.

If you have any question or would like to discuss your Brexit business planning, please contact our team.

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