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Private Foundations: Avoiding Prohibited Transactions

Private foundations allow families to maintain direct control over the foundation’s investments and charitable activities. This article discusses five transactions private foundations should avoid.

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When Should You Exercise Your Nonqualified Stock Options?

Nonqualified Stock Options (NSOs) are the most commonly used form of stock option. NSOs do not qualify for special tax treatments like incentive stock options, but they also have less restrictive provisions under the tax law.

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Tax implications of a publicly traded partnership investment

A publicly traded partnership can be an excellent investment choice, but as with most investment options, there are both benefits and possible complications for the investor.

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Tax implications of a hedge fund investment

Hedge funds are a popular form of investment. This article looks at what a hedge fund is, some of its advantages and a few tax implications you should be aware of.