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Finance Act 2014

Condition 4: The 65% test

15.New section 24A(13) sets out condition 4. New section 24A(14) and (15) and new section 24B define terms used in relation to condition 4. Condition 4 will be engaged if the rate of foreign tax relief that would apply to the relevant employment income defined in accordance with new section 24A(5), if that income were taxed on the arising basis, would be less than 65% of the UK’s additional rate of tax. For example, if the UK’s additional rate of tax is 45% in 2014-15, then condition 4 will apply if the rate of foreign tax credit relief that would be given in relation to the relevant employment income in tax year 2014-15 would be less than 29.25% (65% of 45%).

16.New section 24A(16) provides that the percentage set out at new section 24A(15) may be amended by Treasury Regulations. Any such regulations will be subject to the negative affirmation procedure.

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