The Hedge Fund Tax 101 and K-1 Boot Camp will teach you the fundamentals of hedge fund tax practices and provide you with applied information and examples that will make your tax plan more efficient. PLUS: Earn up to 14 CPE Credits for both days (7 CPE Credits per each day attended).
Hedge Fund Tax 101:
• Hedge Fund Tax Allocations
• Tax Consequences of Hedge Fund Structures
• Taxation of Investment Transactions and Financial Instruments Part 1 & 2
• Unrelated Business Taxable Income - What Every Fund Should Know
• and much more!
The K-1 Boot Camp:
• Dissecting the K-1
• Contributed Stock and Stock Distributions
• State Income and State Tax Withholdings
• Impact of Foreign Income on a K-1
• and much more!
Subscribers of Global Fund Media are entitled to a 10% discount. Mention FMP115 during registration to enjoy this offer. Click here for more information and to view the conference brochure or contact Kathie Eberhard at 704-341-2439 or email@example.com.
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Tue, 10/02/2015 - 13:49
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