Deferment Account

The United Kingdom left the European Union on 31 January 2020. In accordance with the Withdrawal Agreement, it is now officially a third country to the EU and hence no longer participates in EU decision-making. The EU and the UK have, however, jointly agreed on a transition period, which will last until 31 December 2020.

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If you import goods regularly, you can apply for a duty deferment account to delay paying most customs or tax charges, for example:

  • Customs Duty
  • excise duties
  • import VAT

 

You can apply for a duty deferment account if you’re an importer or someone who represents importers.

Apply for Duty Deferment Account Guidance on Duty Deferment Account

 

Authorise someone to use your deferment approval number

 

You can give someone authority to use your duty approval number in your duty deferment application.

Standing authority to use your duty approval number using form  C1207N.pdf or  you could submit your application online: online link to C1207N

One-off basis authority please us online form online form C1207S .

This can only be done when your account is active.

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