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Company Taxation Manual

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Particular bodies: registered societies: returns of gross payments

Payments of share and loan interest within ITA07/S887 and payments in respect of transactions with the society are made gross.

The society should make a return of the gross payments of share and loan interest. ITA07/S887 requires the society to make a return within 3 months of the end of each accounting period of all payments over £15 made to any person. In practice returns are required only for payments of £250 and over to any person.

The return should include the name and address of each person to whom such a gross payment of £250 or more has been made and the amount paid to each.  The returns should be sent to:

HM Revenue and Customs

Centre for National Information

Ground Floor, Government Buildings

Ty Glas

Llanishen

Cardiff

CF14 5ZG

There is information on how the process works for registered societies at:

http://www.gov.uk/government/publications/notes-for-submitting-a-return-under-section-887-of-the-income-tax-act-2007-on-a-spreadsheet-industrial-and-provident-society-ips-5fa

There is similar guidance for credit unions at:

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/notes-for-submitting-a-return-under-section-887-of-the-income-tax-act-2007-on-a-spreadsheet

If the return is not delivered then the society will not be entitled to relief from its profits for the amounts paid (CTA09/S500).