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Written by Ray Coman

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#4 Ray Coman, FCCA, CTA 2023-10-26 22:01
If the compensation relates to the company's trading activity, it is usually subject to corporation tax.

If the compensation relates to a personal matter of one of the directors (and that does not sound like the case here) it is unlikely to be taxable.
#3 Deev 2023-10-26 10:36
Hi Ray,

I have just a question. Is a compensation received (out of court settlement between two corporate bodies) taxable?
Thank you
#2 Ray Coman, FCCA, CTA 2021-02-12 15:29

A deposit is not an expense when it is paid and it is not income when it is received back from the tenant.
#1 Daria 2021-02-11 15:27
I have just a question regarding a status of deposit for Landlord. Is it income for a Landlord or not? Is it included on clause 20 P a g e U K P 2? Than you.

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