Brexit and its impact on small business accounting

The UK has reached an exit agreement with the EU, and now operates a full external border as a sovereign nation. We want to help small businesses and their advisors as much as we can as they make the necessary adjustments.

How does Brexit affect businesses?

Below is some advice we’ve shared to help entrepreneurs safeguard their business for what’s ahead. We’ll update this page with more advice on a regular basis, so be sure to check back from time to time.

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The impact of Brexit on small businesses: how to prepare for Brexit

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Almost one third of small businesses believe Brexit will have a negative impact on profits

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The impact of Brexit on small businesses: where to go for advice

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The impact of Brexit on small businesses: why you need an accountant

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Go to Xero Central for further information on preparing for Brexit or to ask us questions and get help.

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At Xero, we want to make sure that small businesses and their advisors have certainty. Whatever happens, businesses need to know where they stand so they can prepare.


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