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    Just been chatting to a friend of mine about the possible outcomes for Brexit next year.
    Its looking more like a No Deal for Brexit.

    Do you think this will mean that current software systems in the finance and other sectors will need massive changes
    to be compliant?

    And if so, could this mean an uplift in the IT Contract market?

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    No Deal means No Deal, it won’t need to be compliant with EUSSR laws anymore, total freedom innit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Weegee View Post
    Just been chatting to a friend of mine about the possible outcomes for Brexit next year.
    Its looking more like a No Deal for Brexit.

    Do you think this will mean that current software systems in the finance and other sectors will need massive changes
    to be compliant?

    And if so, could this mean an uplift in the IT Contract market?
    No.

    They may need slight changes if there is a need for a new tariff - however all ERP's should be able to deal with this with the minimum of fuss.

    So actually yes - you should be able to make a lot of money out of stupid people in lofty positions whose sole skill is choking pole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by original PM View Post
    No.

    They may need slight changes if there is a need for a new tariff - however all ERP's should be able to deal with this with the minimum of fuss.

    So actually yes - you should be able to make a lot of money out of stupid people in lofty positions whose sole skill is choking pole.

    Big co’s will need to split there accounts for UK and EU business for customers from each region

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    Quote Originally Posted by GhostofTarbera View Post
    Big co’s will need to split there accounts for UK and EU business for customers from each region
    Yes - but maybe - do we need a different account for each US state?

    I recall back in the day working in a bonded warehouse - importing from Korea and Japan and exporting to European countries (not all in EU) and the rules were

    if goods go to UK both VAT and duty paid

    if goods go to EU countries only duty paid

    if goods go to countries outside the EU no duty or vat paid.

    but we were only importing car parts - however I would assume that the rules will already be in place and simply change - with the exact tariff being based on the good being imported and the country/trade region it is being imported into - which is the case nowadays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by original PM View Post
    Yes - but maybe - do we need a different account for each US state?

    I recall back in the day working in a bonded warehouse - importing from Korea and Japan and exporting to European countries (not all in EU) and the rules were

    if goods go to UK both VAT and duty paid

    if goods go to EU countries only duty paid

    if goods go to countries outside the EU no duty or vat paid.

    but we were only importing car parts - however I would assume that the rules will already be in place and simply change - with the exact tariff being based on the good being imported and the country/trade region it is being imported into - which is the case nowadays.

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