Disguised interest: tax

This practice note discusses the legislation under which, for UK tax purposes, interest-like returns may be taxed as interest.

NOTE: This resource is being reviewed in light of the Finance Act 2015. For more information, see Legal update, Finance Bill 2015 receives Royal Assent.

Sandy Bhogal and Ben Fryer, Mayer Brown International LLP


 

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