Diverted profits tax

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UK tax - anti-avoidance.

(DPT).

A UK tax applied at a rate of 25%.

The DPT applies to large multinational enterprises with business activities in the UK who enter into ‘contrived’ arrangements to divert profits from the UK by avoiding a UK taxable permanent establishment and/or by other ‘contrived’ arrangements between connected entities.


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