Brexit and your business
The UK will leave the EU on 29 March 2019 and businesses, consumers and public bodies will need to prepare for this.
Current advice about the steps businesses need to take is on the official EU Exit website.
Business specific advice is on GOV.UK's business preparedness tool, just answer a few short questions.
Trading with the EU after Brexit
If your business trades with the EU you'll need to register online for a Economic Operator Registration and Identification (EORI) number.
HMRC have written to all businesses who trade with the EU to explain how Binding Tariff Information (BTI) will change after Brexit.
There is unlikely to be any change to UK laws on food, product safety or consumer rights when the UK leaves the EU. Food businesses that export to the EU will need to meet EU importation requirements. Find out how Brexit affects food businesses.
Employing EU citizens
Support your employees who apply for settled status using the guide for employers with EU staff on GOV.UK.
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