The following Owner-Managed Businesses guidance note Produced by Tolley provides comprehensive and up to date tax information covering:
A company may incur any of the following losses:
non-trading loan relationship losses
non-trading losses on intangible fixed assets
These losses are generally able to be offset against certain profits either in the year the loss was incurred, previous or future years. The rules governing such offset are similar for each loss source but there are nuances and claim requirements that differ depending upon the source of the loss.
From 1 April 2017, the loss carry forward rules were relaxed to allow carried forward losses to be offset against future total profits of a company. Prior to 1 April 2017, many losses brought forward had to be
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