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Use of Options in Real Estate Transactions

by: Mike Rosenberg, CPA, Retired Partner   Options can be used in real estate transactions to accomplish a number of important tax and financial objectives, including deferring the recognition of income without deferring the receipt of cash. In situations where the potential for future appreciation of a property is speculative, options may provide a benefit…

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Planning a Like-Kind Exchange of a Leasehold Interest in Real Estate

by: Mike Rosenberg, CPA, Retired Partner   The tax and financial benefits of like-kind exchanges of real estate are well known to property owners. A properly structured like-kind exchange allows a seller of property to defer gain recognition on the sale of and invest pre-tax dollars into a larger portfolio of assets. Among the various requirements…

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Tax Savings Associated With Repositioning, Retrofitting And Greening Of Properties

As real estate owners and operators reposition and retrofit their properties, most are focusing on environmentally conscious upgrades including upgrades to the lighting and mechanical systems as well as the building envelope. Although the costs associated with the upgrades may be significant, the anticipated utility cost savings should reduce the “payback” period and, as a…

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Introducing the New User-Friendly K-1 for Hedge Fund of Funds

You have invested in an “Alternative Investment”. It is a hedge fund of funds. The partnership in which you invested has in turn invested in 20 or 30 other hedge funds in order to diversify over different strategies and asset classes and minimize risk. Your hedge fund is required to aggregate all items of income…

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Structuring a Hedge Fund: Which Option is Right for You?

by: Jeffrey Tunkel, Retired Partner   Investment managers seeking to start hedge funds, both domestic and offshore, have several options available to them in structuring the funds. The most common structures are side-by-side, master-feeder and mini-master. Side-by-Side Structure In a side-by-side structure (see diagram A) there is both a domestic fund and an offshore fund…

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