The continuing deadlock between the UK government and the EU over a Brexit deal has caused a great deal of concern amongst seafarers. With seafarers likely to be affected by Brexit due to a number of bills, we examine how Brexit will impact you once Britain finally exits the EU.
With Brexit only a matter of weeks away, many seafarers are finding it difficult to keep up with the changing terms or what will happen next with the SED laws. In this article we clear up the confusion surrounding exiting the EU and how it may affect yacht crew.
Lets face it there are a lot of people speculating as to how the United Kingdom will fare post March 2019 once we leave the European Union. This article looks at how personal & corporate taxation will be affected.
The Pound saw relatively uninspired trade on Monday. The British currency was initially weighed down by concerns that the UK and EU would not be able to make an agreement on the Irish border, but Sterling shook off concerns.
The Pound recovered slightly against many major currency rivals on Monday as investors anticipated further developments in the Brexit process.
The Bank of England have today raised the UK Interest Rates from 0.25% to 0.5%.