Centurion VAT – New Corporate Partners with Chambers Wales
Centurion VAT are delighted to announce a new initiative to deliver a rounded VAT and International Trade offer to Welsh businesses needing support as they get to grips with the new trading rules across the EU from the 1st January.
Centurion VAT are an Award-winning VAT and Environmental Tax specialist team.
“We see at first hand the VAT and trade issues that businesses of all sizes are having to address since the 1st January” said Liz Maher OBE, Director at Centurion.
“Chambers Wales deliver end-to-end International Trade Support to businesses across Wales, which includes dealing with the Customs declarations required for the movement of goods in and out of the UK. Moving goods and selling across the EU has brought a range of VAT issues for on-line retailers and manufacturers and we are delighted that our Corporate Partnership with Chambers Wales will create a route to Customs and VAT support for Welsh businesses.”
Centurion has been a member of the Chamber for over a decade and know well the support and policy voice it delivers for Welsh businesses.
“Becoming a Corporate Partner of Chambers Wales and working with them to deliver specialist VAT training sessions on the Brexit related issues that have arisen was an opportunity to ensure businesses get access to the VAT expertise they need quickly at this difficult time” added Liz.
Established in 1998, Centurion VAT is now part of the Xeinadin Group and is here for when VAT and Environmental Tax issues get complicated. Centurion VAT offers a wide range of VAT services including VAT consultancy, an on-site VAT resource, compliance, business reviews, help lines and management programmes.
Chambers Wales CEO Heather Anstey-Myers said “Our deeper collaboration with Centurion VAT as Corporate Partners, allows Chambers Wales to offer a trusted partner that businesses can turn to for advice and solutions. We have expanded our range of training courses to support and enable businesses to protect their finances and help them through this challenging post-Brexit period and beyond.”