October 8th 11:00-12:00
Part of Invest Northern Ireland’s EU Exit Webinar Series.
With Northern Ireland set to follow EU VAT rules for goods from 1 January 2021 as laid down by the Northern Ireland protocol, the new VAT landscape and its impact on supply chains must be considered by local business, particularly given its ability to create a divergence in VAT rules between Northern Ireland and Great Britain.
In partnership with Invest NI, Michael McNeill from PwC will provide an overview of the current rules and regulation, the latest information released by the European Union and the UK Government, and recommendations of what businesses can do to mitigate operational impact and adapt to these changes to VAT. Michael will also take your questions.
You can submit your question at registration.
- Current VAT rules and regulations o Information released by the EU and UK in regard to the Northern Ireland protocol and VAT
- How these may impact on adopted VAT treatments for various good flows
- Analysis how the VAT rules may change in the services sector
- Key areas for action and further consideration
- Anne-Marie Murphy, Invest NI
- Panellist: o Michael McNeill, Senior Manager, Indirect Tax, PwC
Michael McNeill Michael McNeill is a senior manager in PwC’s Indirect Tax practice and leads the local Belfast VAT team.
He advises clients from various industries and sectors on VAT and customs duty, from issues around compliance to ensuring new projects or developments are as efficient as possible.
He has been extensively involved in advising clients in the local marketplace on the indirect tax implications of Brexit.