16(1)For section 83 of the M1Finance Act 1989 substitute—E+W+S+N.I.
“83 Receipts to be brought into account.
(1)The following provisions of this section have effect where the profits of an insurance company in respect of its life assurance business are, for the purposes of the Taxes Act 1988, computed in accordance with the provisions of that Act applicable to Case I of Schedule D.
(2)So far as referable to that business, the following items, as brought into account for a period of account (and not otherwise), shall be taken into account as receipts of the period—
(a)the company’s investment income from the assets of its long term business fund, and
(b)any increase in value (whether realised or not) of those assets.
If for any period of account there is a reduction in the value referred to in paragraph (b) above (as brought into account for the period), that reduction shall be taken into account as an expense of that period.
(3)In ascertaining whether or to what extent a company has incurred a loss in respect of that business any amount transferred into the company’s long term business fund from other assets of the company, or otherwise added to that fund, shall be taken into account, in the period in which it is brought into account, as an increase in value of the assets of that fund within subsection (2)(b) above.
This subsection does not apply where, or to the extent that, the amount concerned—
(a)would fall to be taken into account as a receipt apart from this section,
(b)is otherwise taken into account under subsection (2) above, or
(c)is specifically exempted from tax.
83A Meaning of “brought into account”.
(1)In section 83 “brought into account” means brought into account in an account which is recognised for the purposes of that section.
(2)Subject to the following provisions of this section and to any regulations made by the Treasury, the accounts recognised for the purposes of that section are—
(a)a revenue account prepared for the purposes of the Insurance Companies Act 1982 in respect of the whole of the company’s long term business;
(b)any separate revenue account required to be prepared under that Act in respect of a part of that business.
Paragraph (b) above does not include accounts required in respect of internal linked funds.
(3)Where there are prepared any such separate accounts as are mentioned in subsection (2)(b) above, reference shall be made to those accounts rather than to the account for the whole of the business.
(4)If in any such case the total of the items brought into account in the separate accounts is not equal to the total amount brought into account in the account prepared for the whole business, there shall be treated as having been required and prepared a further separate revenue account covering the balance.
(5)Where a company carries on both ordinary long term business and industrial assurance business, the references above to the company’s long term business shall be construed as references to either or both of those businesses, as the case may require.”.
(2)In section 432B of the Taxes Act 1988—
(a)in subsection (1) for the words from “brought into account” to “1982” substitute “ brought into account, within the meaning of that section, ”; and
(b)for subsection (2) substitute—
“(2)Where for that purpose reference falls to be made to more than one account recognised for the purposes of that section, the provisions of sections 432C to 432F apply separately in relation to each account.”.
(3)In section 432E(1) of the Taxes Act 1988 for the words from “of the items referred to in subsection (1)” to “paragraph (b))” substitute “ to be taken into account in accordance with section 83(2) of the M2Finance Act 1989 (that is to say, the aggregate amount to be taken into account as receipts reduced by the aggregate amount to be taken into account as expenses) ”.
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(6)In section 65(2) of the Finance (No.2) Act 1992 for paragraph (d) substitute—
“(d)section 83(2) of the Finance Act 1989 (amounts to be taken into account as receipts or expenses);”.
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