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When a company incurs a trading loss on or after 1 April 2017 which has not been relieved against current or preceding year profits and also has not been surrendered as group relief, it can claim to carry the loss (or the balance remaining after such claims) forward to the next accounting period for relief against total profits.
For losses arising before 1 April 2017, the amount of any trading loss which was not relieved against current or prior year profits is carried forward for offset against future profits arising from the same trade. This is not a claim and the loss offset is automatic. Losses carried forward will be offset against all available profits from the same trade in perpetuity until the loss is exhausted.
For further details, see the Trading losses carried forward guidance note.
In addition, subject to a de minimis of £5m, carried-forward losses are restricted to a set-off, which is limited to 50% of profits, see the Carried-forward losses restriction guidance note for details.
There are anti-avoidance provisions which prevent trading loss r
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