An alternative regime (called 'tonnage tax') applies for calculating the profits of a shipping company for the purposes of corporation tax if an election to that effect (a 'tonnage tax election') is made. In the case of a tonnage tax company (or group)1, its tonnage tax profits are brought into charge to corporation tax instead of its relevant shipping profits
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