Telecommunications licences and rights: accounting and groups: 'taken into account'
FA00/SCH23 talks about amounts ‘taken into account’ for accounting purposes. The aim of the schedule is to ensure that we follow for tax purposes the correct accounting treatment.
A description of UK GAAP as it applies to intangibles can be found at CIRD30500 onwards.
Accounting treatment: definitions
- ‘Normal accounting practice’ means normal accounting practice with respect to statutory accounts of companies incorporated in the UK. FA02/S103 replaced the phrase ‘normal accounting practice’ with the phrase ‘generally accepted accounting practice’ (GAAP) meaning GAAP with respect to accounts of UK companies that are intended to give a true and fair view (ICTA88/S836A).
- ‘Statutory accounts’ means accounts required by, and meeting the requirements of, S226 of the Companies Act 1985 or the corresponding Northern Ireland or overseas provisions.
- ‘For tax purposes’ means for the purposes of calculating profits chargeable to income tax or CT.