Secan Ltd no longer authority to tax unrealised gains on securities marked to market?
Secan Ltd no longer authority to tax unrealised g...
Tax alert - Issue 15, July 2011
The Court of First Instance has, in Nice Cheer Investment Ltd v CIR  HCIA 8/2007, held that a taxpayer's unrealised gains arising from the mark-to-market revaluation of securities held at balance sheet date, which were credited to its profit and loss account in accordance with ordinary accounting principles, were not chargeable to profits tax.
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