The following Corporation Tax guidance note Produced by Tolley provides comprehensive and up to date tax information covering:
This guidance note considers various aspects of year-end tax planning for large companies or groups. It is recommended that it is read in conjunction with the Chargeable gains planning, Group companies and Year end tax planning ― international issues guidance notes so that as many relevant factors as possible are considered. See also ‘Key issues for in-house tax teams: a checklist’, by Chris Holmes, Mark Ellis, and James Egert, in Tax Journal, Issue 1511, 14 (27 November 2020).
Other matters which could be relevant, depending upon the tax profile of the company, are:
whether deductions for expenditure on intangible fixed assets (IFAs) are being maximised ― see the What is an intangible fixed asset? guidance note
whether deductions for loan relationships are being maximised ― refer to the What is a loan relationship? and Taxation of loan relationships guidance notes
real estate investment trusts (REITs) ― for the advantages and disadvantages of this regime to companies in the property sector, see the Real estate investment trusts (REITs) guidance note
review of time limits for claims and elections ― see Simon’s Taxes D1.1345
When undertaking any planning exercise, companies and their advisers should consider whether any relevant anti-avoidance provisions, Disclosure of Tax Avoidance Schemes and the General anti-avoidance rule are likely to apply. See the Disclosure of tax avoidance schemes (DOTAS) ― overview and General anti-abuse rule (UK GAAR) guidance notes respectively.
In addition to this, the UK regulations implementing the requirements of DAC 6 came into force
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