Core computational rules: accounting: entries from which taxable credits derived: list of types
CTA09/PART8 CHAPTER2 & CHAPTER4
The various types of accounting entries from which taxable credits may arise are not the subject of any general definition. This is in contrast to the use of ‘expenditure’ (as defined) to identify the main categories deductible debit (see CIRD12250). Instead, the accounting entries are identified for each type of taxable credit as follows:
- ‘accounting gains’ (see CIRD12210) in respect of receipts (other than those in (b)) taken to the profit and loss account as they accrue
- differences on the realisation of an asset (where the proceeds exceed the amounts deductible on the realisation of an intangible asset under the rules described in CIRD13210 onwards)
- accounting gains in respect of the revaluation of an asset
- accounting gains (other than those in (c)) in respect of the reversal of previous accounting losses which led to deductible debits
- accounting gains in respect of ‘negative goodwill’ referable to intangible assets
See CIRD13000 onwards for the detailed computational rules whereby the taxable credit is calculated from the various types of accounting entry.
See also CIRD12670 where a company recognises an accounting gain in respect of an unpaid debt.