2017 Tax Reform: Common Items Affecting Investment Partnership Funds & their Fund Managers

Blog Post 2017 Tax Reform: Common Items Affecting Investment Partnership Funds & their Fund Managers

2017 Tax Reform: Common Items Affecting Investment Partnership Funds & their Fund Managers

February 2018

Given the complexity of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Acts, our clients and friends in the Alternative Investments industry understandably have many questions regarding how their funds, investors and management companies will be impacted. While there is plenty of general information available on this historic legislation and its provisions, the tax professionals at Richey May have provided the following white paper specifically for fund managers to address the decisions you should be making to best mitigate risk and take advantage of new opportunities. And because this Act impacts individual tax payers as well, we have also included information regarding changes to note for your personal tax situation:

 

2017 Tax Reform – Common Items Affecting Investment Partnership Funds and their Fund Managers

 

For any questions regarding the information contained in this white paper, or regarding the public accounting services Richey May provides to the Alternative Investments industry, please contact Stephen Vlasak.