chargeable loss

chargeable loss
chargeable gain/chargeable loss
Under the Taxation of Capital Gains Act 1992, a company is subject to corporation tax on capital gains at the same rate as for the remainder of its profits but the use of revenue losses to offset gains and of capital losses to offset revenue profit is subject to restrictions.

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