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136Meaning of “BLAGAB trade profit” and “BLAGAB trade loss”

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(1)In relation to the carrying on by an insurance company of basic life assurance and general annuity business, this section explains for the purposes of this Part what is meant by—

(a)the “BLAGAB trade profit” of the company, and

(b)the “BLAGAB trade loss” of the company.

(2)The company has a “BLAGAB trade profit” for an accounting period if, calculated in accordance with the ordinary trading rules, there are profits of that business for the accounting period that, but for sections 68 and 69, would be chargeable to corporation tax on income under section 35 of CTA 2009 (charge to tax on trade profits).

(3)The amount of the BLAGAB trade profit is the amount of those profits that, but for those sections, would be so chargeable.

(4)The company has a “BLAGAB trade loss” for an accounting period if, calculated in accordance with the ordinary trading rules, the company makes a loss in that business for the accounting period in a case where, had there been profits, they would, but for those sections, have been so chargeable.

(5)The ordinary trading rules have effect for the purpose of calculating the company’s BLAGAB trade profit or loss subject to the provision made by—

(a)sections 106 to 108 (policyholder tax),

(b)Chapter 6 (trade calculation rules applying to long-term business),

(c)Chapter 7 (trading apportionment rules), and

(d)sections 129 and 130 (transfers of BLAGAB).

(6)For the purposes of this section “the ordinary trading rules” means the rules for calculating the profits of a trade for the purposes of the charge to corporation tax on income under section 35 of CTA 2009.

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