Carried interest is a portion of the profits earned by private equity fund managers that is typically taxed as long-term capital gains. The current tax laws can affect carried interest in the following ways:
Overall, the current tax laws can have a significant impact on the taxation of carried interest for private equity fund managers. It is important for private equity funds and their managers to stay up-to-date on changes in the tax laws to ensure compliance and minimize their tax liability.
Authored by: Kevin Zeman, Principal
Updated on: April 6, 2023
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