Deductions: general: interaction between prohibitive and permissive rules
S31 Income Tax (Trading and Other Income) Act 2005, S51 Corporation Tax Act 2009
In general, rules which permit a deduction take priority over rules which prohibit a deduction.
The following prohibitive rules, however, take priority over permissive rules.
|Income Tax (Trading and Other Income) Act 2005 section||Corporation Tax Act 2009 section||Prohibitive rule||Further guidance|
|36||1288||Unpaid remuneration||BIM47130 onwards|
|38||1290||Employee benefit contributions||BIM44500|
|48||56||Car hire||BIM47780 onwards|
|55||1304||Crime-related payments||BIM43100 onwards|
‘Prohibitive rule’ extends, for this purpose, beyond the list of provisions at BIM42060 to include any provision relating to the calculation of trade profits which might be read as prohibiting or restricting the amount of a deduction.