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Notional Interest Deduction

Aug 05 2019

Notional Interest Deduction

Notional Interest Deduction – The Basics

The Notional Interest Deduction (“NID”) is a new powerful tool provided to local and international businesses
which enables them to deleverage and realize a tax efficient return on new (qualifying) equity. This return is
achieved through the deduction of a “notional” interest expense from their taxable income. This means that
properly managed and structured a company’s corporation tax duty can be dropped from 12.5% to as low as
2.5% making the company a substantial saving in corporation tax.

Please refer to the below link for more information:


Notional Interest Deduction – The Basics – FSMO


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