I attended the Prepare for a no deal Brexit – Live webinar on 22 March but could not see how I could download the notes and links that were mentioned during the presentation (I have an apple mac). It was also mentioned that attendees would receive an email with the notes/links but I have not received this either.
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The webinar useful links are normally emailed automatically to all webinar attendees, one hour after the webinar closes.
I'm sorry we are unable to forward these on to individual customers via email.
I would recommend checking your junk email folder as they can sometimes end up there.
Alternatively you are welcome to join us on a future webinar. You can access the handouts by clicking on the Handouts section of the webinar control panel, click on the documents, then save to your preferred location.
You wouldn't need to stay for the full webinar.
I hope this helps.
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I have attended the webinar on 21st of March, but have not received the email with the presentation slides and the link to the recorded webinar. Please advise where I can retrieve the recorded sources.
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Thank you for an excellent presentation. Just two questions:
1. Can I provide HMRC with my existing NatWest business account as my Duty Deferment account?
2. Are there similarly simplified procedures for Goods coming in to UK airports?
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I currently sell non-controlled Goods from the UK, have an EORI number, am registered for TSP and have appointed a Customs Agent (Freight Forwarder) to handle the export of some of my Goods to the EU. Other Goods are made in Germany by a subcontractor and I need to become their Importer & Re-Seller if they are to reach my UK customers. However, some of these Goods are currently exported from Germany to other EU countries and the rest of the World under my UK commercial invoice (including Customs Declarations for non-EU countries). How will a No Deal outcome affect these particular exports, considering that they should not enter the UK but need to travel directly to my overseas customers under a UK commercial invoice?
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This is in response to the question posted by Anonymous dated 29/03/2019 07:45:23
Thank you for your questions and for your feedback.
1. No. You must have a duty deferment account to import goods using either transitional simplified procedures or customs freight simplified procedures if you have customs duties, excise duties or import VAT to pay. You do not need a deferment account for your import VAT if you’re using postponed VAT accounting.
2. TSP was originally available for priority Roll-on-Roll-off locations like Dover or the Channel Tunnel. It is now available for any port or airport, where goods are being brought in from the EU following discussions with stakeholders from across the ports industry.
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This is a reply to the question from 721863288188 on 29/03/2019 at 10:25:24.
Your question relates to exporting goods from within Germany directly to other EU / Rest of the world countries (other than the UK).
If the UK leaves the EU without a deal, businesses that wish to move goods from within an EU27 country to another EU27 country /rest of the world, will need to contact the relevant country’s customs authorities for further advice.
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If the consignee in the UK has registered for TSP how can a freight forwarder customs clear the goods - where is the guidelines for what a Freight Forwarder needs to submit on the C88 for example is there a certain box the TSP number should go in, is it a full declaration or a simplified one? what mode of transport do you show?
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We are a UK Limited supplier of non-controlled Goods (essentially machine parts) that are made in Germany. Our UK customers currently receive theirs directly from the German manufacturer but under our own Delivery Note and following sales invoice. How will this change post-Brexit? Will we first need to order and purchase these Goods from the manufacturer (i.e. become an Importer) and then sell them on to our UK Customer? Thank you for any clarification you can offer!
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HMRC cannot advise businesses on how they organise their commercial activities. But there is extensive guidance on the Gov.uk website about importing goods into the UK if we leave the EU without a deal: