The UK parliament, EU Commission and the EU Parliament have all ratified the Withdrawal Agreement and the UK will technically leave the EU on Jan 31st 2020. However, there will be no change to the application of EU VAT rules until at least the end of the transition period. The transition period is due to expire on December 31st 2020 though this can be changed with the mutual agreement of the UK government and the EU Commission.

The information available from the UK government at the moment is that nothing needs to change as it seems UK leaving the EU will not affect any aspect of how VAT is collected or how the VAT system operates. As a result there is no need to release a 'brexit' version of the VAT plugin. Instead, any changes you need to make will be at the end of the transition period and at that time will affect where you send any VAT you collect.



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