AOP guide to Brexit v1.0 is published!
Regardless of whether we get a deal with the EU or not, before the end of this year, there are some things that will change for photographers who work with clients in the EU or who need to travel there to shoot.
We've produced a guide to Brexit and our relationship with the EU, for members which covers the details. If you're an AOP member and already logged into our website, you will see it on this page!.
The guide covers the following;
- UK photographers working in the EU and EFTA
- Photography ‘Goods’ – physical, tangible stuff
- The Artist’s Resale Right (ARR)
- Travel and Visas
- Driving abroad
- Taking your equipment abroad
- The UK Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Act 2018
If you're not currently an AOP member you can join here for as little as £30 per year. As well as our Brexit guide you'll get access to loads more resources, downloads and discounts to help you support your business practice..
Brexit: NEW - The Creative Industries sector from 1 January 2021 - advice and resources for creative businesses
This is a collection of advice and guidance from HM government aimed at the Creative Industries sector as a whole.
VAT-registered businesses should have received these letters, but they are linked to here in case.
A round-up of the relevant pages from HM government's website of the current situations, specifically related to the Creative Industries, regarding a 'no deal' Brexit.
Advice from the Intellectual Property Office (IPO) on the functioning of copyright from 1 January 2021.
Advice from HM Government on preparing your business to leave the EU.
Advice from HMRC in their April 2019 'EU Exit' edition Employer Bulletin for employers in the case of no deal upon leaving the EU.
Advice from HM Passport Office on what you might need to do if the UK leaves the EU with no deal.
Advice from the UK Department of Transport on the rules for international driving permits and how to get one.
Brexit: guidance from HM Government on dealing with civil legal cases that involve EU countries in the event of no deal
Advice from Department of Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (DBEIS) and the Ministry of Justice on handling civil legal cases in the advent of no deal.
A collection of guidance on various measure UK businesses may need to implement if we leave with no deal. Of particular note is the guidance on acquiring an EORI number to trade within the EU and the guidance on VAT IT system rules and processes.
Creative Industries Federation- (CIF) prepared guidance for employers on the UK's Brexit Settlement Scheme.