Insurance premium tax

Insurance premium tax (IPT) is a tax (authorised under European Community law) on the premium paid under taxable insurance contracts. It was introduced by the Finance Act 1994.

This note gives a general overview of IPT as it applies to practical issues commonly encountered by the practitioner.

Contributed by Ray Smith, Clyde & Co and updated by Practical Law Tax


 

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