A dividend can represent profits from only one subsidiary (a ‘singleton dividend’) or profits from a holding company and its subsidiaries (a ‘composite dividend’).

In both examples it is assumed that the rate of corporation tax is 30% throughout.

Example 1: Composite dividend

Use this link to view Composite dividend diagram

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