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Qualified opportunity funds: Estate and gift tax planning implications
Exploring ways to incorporate qualified opportunity fund (QOF) investments into your overall estate and gift tax plan. While it is certainly possible to do some effective wealth transfer planning with QOFs, these assets provide a narrower bandwidth for planning than many other types of assets. Here is an overview of the essential estate and gift tax planning aspects of QOFs.
Opportunity knocks, will investors answer the call?
The IRS and Treasury Department released the second round of Qualified Opportunity Zone (OZ) regulations that may spur taxpayer confidence and financial implications will drive investment and set the stage for capital deployment into these designated areas. The OZ program also offers a large incentive related to those investments held at least 10 years.
U.S. partners to determine their own GILTI inclusion
Final regulations issued in late June 2019 on GILTI inclusion could have a considerably differently impact on PE and VC fund structures. GILTI is a new anti-deferral provision of the U.S. tax law that results in current taxation of offshore earnings for U.S. shareholders of a controlled foreign corporation (CFC) regardless of whether the income is distributed or retained offshore.
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