The amount of profit in UK banks that can be offset by losses carried forward will be limited to 50%, and relief on bad debts delayed, the Chancellor has announced.
The move means banks should contribute almost £4bn more in tax over the next five years, George Osborne said. Currently some banks were offsetting losses incurred during the financial crisis against...
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