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Company trading losses are computed in the same way as trading profits. Where the adjusted trading profit figure is a loss, the trade profit assessment in the corporation tax computation will be nil. This guidance note gives an overview of the different options for relieving company trading losses. Companies may have different options for relieving trading losses and it is important to consider the best utilisation of losses in light of the company’s commercial objectives and in choosing the option that gives the most tax efficient result. For more information on this, see the Loss planning guidance note.
Trading losses may be relieved in the following ways:
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