What are the potential tax issues of Brexit?

As we await the outcome of discussions between the UK and EU member states our specialists have analysed the potential ramifications of a departure from the EU, depending upon whether or not Theresa May and the Government reach any agreement with the EU.

This is not a comprehensive overview but highlights some of the potential changes that could affect the UK’s tax system. Some possible practical tax implications are also noted, though this is not intended to be a full note of all possible tax implications.

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