The following Corporation Tax guidance note Produced by Tolley in association with Anne Fairpo provides comprehensive and up to date tax information covering:
The treatment of losses of UK companies from foreign operations depends on the nature of the foreign operations.
Losses of a UK company from a trade carried on wholly overseas by that company cannot be set against any profits from other sources, including other overseas businesses. The losses can only be carried forward and set against future profits of the same trade. This rule was not relaxed by the changes in the utilisation of losses carried forward arising from 1 April 2017 which apply for UK trading losses. These amendments allow other trade losses carried forward to be offset against future profits or surrendered as group relief. For details of the rules on carried-forward trade losses from 1 April 2017, see the Trading losses carried for
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