On general principles redundancy payments will be allowable as deductions provided that they:

are paid wholly and exclusively for trade purposes, and

do not result in the trader acquiring assets or rights of a capital nature.

Wholly and exclusively

Case law has identified a number of circumstances in which redundancy payments may not be incurred wholly and exclusively for the purposes of the employer's trade.

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