There is a mechanism in the rules that broadly treats tax as being paid at a rate equal to the basic rate of income tax on non-trading credits on a related transaction on certain insurance contracts. This special rule recognises that in some cases the insurer, particularly a UK insurer, will have borne tax on the income and gains on the assets in the funds underlying the contract.

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