The following Owner-Managed Businesses guidance note by Tolley provides comprehensive and up to date tax information covering:
Trading losses can be offset against total profits of the same period. Total profits cover, for example, chargeable gains or non-exempt dividends.
The maximum claim for relief is the lower of the available loss or the available profit. In other words, no partial claims are allowed and the claim must either use all of the loss, or eliminate all of the available profits.
See Example 1.
Once trading losses have been relieved against profits of the same period in which the loss was generated, a claim may also be made under CTA 2010, s 37(3)(b) to carry back any remaining loss against profits of the preceding 12 months. This is explained in more detail below.
Relief for losses against current or preceding year profits is not allowed in certain circumstances, as follows:
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