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[F1269ZF“Relevant trading profits” and “relevant non-trading profits”U.K.

This section has no associated Explanatory Notes

(1)A company's “relevant trading profits” for an accounting period are—

(a)the company's qualifying trading profits for the accounting period (see subsection (3)), less

(b)the company's trading profits deductions allowance for the accounting period (see section 269ZB(7)).

But if the allowance mentioned in paragraph (b) exceeds the profits mentioned in paragraph (a), the company's “relevant trading profits” for the accounting period are nil.

(2)A company's “relevant non-trading profits” for an accounting period are—

(a)the company's qualifying non-trading profits for the accounting period (see subsection (3)), less

(b)the company's non-trading profits deductions allowance for the accounting period (see section 269ZC(5)).

But if the allowance mentioned in paragraph (b) exceeds the profits mentioned in paragraph (a), the company's “relevant non-trading profits” for the accounting period are nil.

(3)To determine a company's qualifying trading profits and qualifying non-trading profits for an accounting period—

  • Step 1 - modified total profits

    (1)

    Calculate the company's total profits for the accounting period.

    (2)

    For the purposes of this subsection assume that the company's total profits for the accounting period are to be calculated with the modifications set out in subsection (4).

    (3)

    If the company's total profits for the accounting period (as modified under paragraph (2)) are not greater than nil, the company's qualifying trading profits and relevant non-trading profits for the accounting period are both nil.

    (4)

    Otherwise, proceed with steps 2 to 5.

  • Step 2 - negative amount for apportioning under step 4

    (1)

    Calculate the sum (“the step 2 amount”) of any amounts which (on the assumption set out in paragraph (2) of step 1), could be relieved against the company's total profits of the accounting period.

    (2)

    But in calculating that sum, ignore the amount of any excluded deductions for the accounting period (see subsection (5)).

    (3)

    If the company's total profits for the accounting period (as modified under step 1(2)) do not exceed the amount given by this step, the qualifying trading profits and the qualifying non-trading profits are both nil.

    (4)

    Otherwise, proceed with steps 3 to 5.

  • Step 3 - trade profits and non-trade profits Divide the company's total profits for the accounting period (as modified under step 1(2)) into—

    (a)

    profits of a trade of the company (the company's “trade profits”), and

    (b)

    profits that are not profits of a trade of the company (the company's “non-trade profits”).

  • Step 4 - apportioning the step 2 amount Take the step 2 amount and do one of the following—

    (a)

    reduce the company's trade profits by the whole of that amount,

    (b)

    reduce the company's non-trade profits by the whole of that amount, or

    (c)

    reduce the company's trade profits by part of that amount and reduce the company's non-trade profits by the remaining part of that amount.

    Apply this step in a way which ensures that neither the company's trade profits nor the company's non-trade profits are reduced below nil.

  • Step 5 - amount of qualifying trading or non-trading profits (if not determined under step 1 or 2) The amounts resulting from step 3, after any reduction under step 4, are—

    (a)

    in the case of the amount in step 3(a), the company's qualifying trading profits, and

    (b)

    in the case of the amount in step 3(b), the company's qualifying non-trading profits.

(4)For the purposes of subsection (3) the company's total profits for an accounting period are to be calculated with the following modifications—

(a)ignore any income so far as it falls within, and is dealt with under, Part 9A of CTA 2009 (company distributions);

(b)ignore any ring fence profits (as defined in section 276);

(c)ignore any contractor's ring fence profits (as defined in section 356LD);

(d)if the company is an insurance company, ignore any I-E profit (see section 141(2) of FA 2012);

(e)make no deductions under sections 45(4)(b) and 45B (carry forward of trade loss against subsequent trade profits) other than deductions that would be ignored for the purposes of section 269ZB by reason of—

(i)section 1209(3), 1210(5A) or 1211(7A) of CTA 2009 (losses of film trade),

(ii)section 1216DA(3), 1216DB(5A) or 1216DC(7A) of that Act (losses of television programme trade),

(iii)section 1217DA(3), 1217DB(5A) or 1217DC(7A) of that Act (losses of video game trade),

(iv)section 1217MA(3) or 1217MC(9) of that Act (losses of theatrical trade),

(v)section 1217SA(3) or 1217SC(9) of that Act (losses of orchestral trade),

(vi)section 1218ZDA(3) or 1218ZDC(9) of that Act (losses of museum or gallery exhibition trade),

(vii)section 65(4B) or 67A(5A) (losses of UK or EEA furnished holiday lettings business),

(viii)section 269ZJ(1) (insurance companies: shock losses),

(ix)section 304(7) (certain losses of ring fence trades), or

(x)section 356NJ(2) (pre-1 April 2017 loss arising from oil contractor activities);

(f)make no restricted deductions (as defined in section 269ZB(4)) under section 303B(4) or 303D(5)); and

(g)make no deductions under section 457(3) or 463H(5) of CTA 2009 (carry forward of non-trading deficits from loan relationships against subsequent non-trading profits), other than deductions that would be ignored for the purposes of section 269ZC by reason of section 269ZJ(2) (insurance companies: shock losses).

(5)The following are “excluded deductions” for an accounting period (“the current accounting period”)—

(a)a deduction for the current accounting period which is a relevant deduction for the purposes of section 269ZD (see subsection (3) of that section);

(b)a deduction under section 37 (relief for trade losses against total profits) in relation to a loss made in an accounting period after the current accounting period;

(c)a deduction under section 45F (terminal losses);

(d)a deduction under section 260(3) of CAA 2001 (special leasing of plant or machinery: carry back of excess allowances) in relation to capital allowances for an accounting period after the current accounting period; and

(e)a deduction under section 463E of CTA 2009 (non-trading deficit from loan relationships) in relation to a deficit for a period after the current accounting period.]

Textual Amendments

F1Pt. 7ZA inserted (with effect in accordance with Sch. 4 para. 190 of the amending Act) by Finance (No. 2) Act 2017 (c. 32), Sch. 4 para. 16

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