Non-trading deficit

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UK tax.

For UK tax purposes, non-trading deficits include all debits arising from non-trading loan relationships.

Debits include all expenses, costs and losses, for example interest payable.

A non-trading deficit is where a company incurs net debits arising on non-trading loans.

Non-trading deficits may be offset against total taxable profits for the year.

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