Intangible assets: avoidance: tax-driven transactions: nature of counteraction
Where ‘tax avoidance arrangements’ (as defined in CIRD48110) are identified they need to be disregarded in determining the relevant debits and credits. This may involve an exercise in identifying the precise transactions etc involving avoidance in the arrangements under review in the light of the full facts.
For example, in the first case described in CIRD48140 (depression of carrying cost of purchased asset) it may be appropriate to compute the debits and credits excluding the overcharge for the services provided by the related company. And in the third case (use of intermediary to turn existing asset into one within Schedule 29) it may be appropriate to assume that the asset was transferred directly to the company from the related party.