Dec 30, 2020
We finally have a trade deal with the EU. It’s taken four and a half years to get to this point, but it’s good news whether you voted to remain or leave as "No Deal" would have been a nightmare.
Of course, Covid is going to make the transition even harder, so it’ll be difficult to see the true impact of a lot of this while that’s still going on, and possibly even longer as we work our way out of it. Particularly for things like savings and house prices.
But we do know some of the immediate impacts. Now the trade deal is a huge document, so I’m sure there are still elements that haven’t been picked up yet, but I’ve gone through lots of the news reports to find out what the deal means for your finances from January 1st.
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