Groups: indexation allowance restriction: redeemable preference shares
If a company disposes of redeemable preference shares in another company and the companies
- were linked immediately before the disposal, but
- did not become linked until after the latest acquisition of the shares
then the indexation allowance should be restricted. In this situation it would be just and reasonable to restrict indexation to that for the period ending when the companies first became linked. As in the case of debts on a security this involves substituting the RPI for the month in which the companies became linked (or the RPI for March 1982 if later) for the RPI for the month of actual disposal (RD) in the indexation formula
in TCGA92/S54 (1).