The tax treatment of general insurance companies is in most respects considerably simpler than that of life companies.

Because composite companies – writing both life and general business – are required to keep separate records for both types of business, there is not the same need to allocate income and gains to general insurance. The starting point for the tax computation is, however, the profit shown in the statutory accounts rather than the FSA return.

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