Brexit: Follow-Up Survey – Please Help Us to Help You

 Here we are, at the end of March and the exercise of Article 50 is imminent. In fact, today the British Government announced it will issue its letter to the EU on 29th March. So now we have given notice that we are going to give notice. Maybe we should have had a bit more notice?

In June last year my firm carried out a survey of our clients to see what the business community made of the Referendum result.  Later in the summer, we carried out a more in-depth survey for our professional association, UK200Group, which resulted in our better understanding the way a wide range of business people were thinking. Now, as we approach the day of reckoning, (or the start of the reckoning in which we reckon we might some day do something) we would like you to help us find out more.

You can have a look at our previous reports, of course, on HHeLLP:

Our new survey has been shortened and focused by the comments we received in the earlier surveys, and made a little more light-hearted in some areas.  We would love to hear what you have to say, so please add your input to our Article 50 Survey, prepared for UK200Group.  We have two versions:

Thank you for helping us, and we hope the result will be that we can help you better navigate your business through the murky Article 50 waters. Or, as Monty Python once suggested, to sail the accountant-sea.





Thank you for participating. You will be able to see our report in May, when the survey has closed, immediately following the UK200Group Brexit Forum where its result will be presented.


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Jonathan Franks

A man of limited intellect spurred on by a belief that if you say enough, some of it might be right. Also a specialist in self-deprecation.

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