Tax Implications of Brexit is an essential guide for anyone advising businesses trading in either the United Kingdom or the European Union post-Brexit.
In two parts, this title provides an in-depth analysis of the tax ramifications of Brexit in both the United Kingdom and EU Member States, helping to identify immediate and future issues that could be faced post-Brexit, and how to mitigate any risks.
Part One features subject-specific chapters which deal with the UK statutory regime after 2020 as well as the impact of Brexit on VAT, customs and excise duties and State Aid legislation.
Part Two is split into country chapters dealing with the tax implications in the single jurisdictions (the United Kingdom and EU Member States) for cross-border investments between the United Kingdom and the EU and for UK-EU cross-border reorganisations.
This book is essential reading for tax professionals advising businesses trading in the United Kingdom or in the European Union, but also tax managers of those businesses.
Tax Implications of Brexit includes contributions from Barbara Belgrano, Conor Quigley QC, Julian Ghosh QC, Kelly Stricklin-Coutinho, Nicola Saccardo, Roderick Cordara QC, Timothy Lyons QC and a plethora of highly respected tax experts from EU jurisdictions.
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Table of Contents
Part 1: General Chapter 1: EU Law in the United Kingdom Post-31 December 2020: The Statutory Regime Chapter 2: Brexit Implications for VAT Chapter 3: Customs and Excise and Brexit Chapter 4: Brexit Implications for State Aid Legislation Part 2: Countries Chapter 5: Austria Chapter 6: Belgium Chapter 7: Czech Republic Chapter 8: Denmark Chapter 9: France Chapter 10: Germany Chapter 11: Hungary Chapter 12: Republic of Ireland Chapter 13: Italy Chapter 14: Luxembourg Chapter 15: The Netherlands Chapter 16: Poland Chapter 17: Portugal Chapter 18: Spain Chapter 19: Sweden Chapter 20: United Kingdom