PE funds exist as one of three structures, namely corporate, limited partnership and contract. When establishing a PE fund, business leaders must consider the most applicable structure by assessing the strengths and weaknesses of each. As well as fund stability, flexibility and risk isolation, tax cost is a key consideration.
In this article, we share the tax treatment of PE funds, including the following:
- Possible taxpaying body and form of income
- Tax variety of PE fund
- Structure of different forms of PE fund
- Rates of taxpaying body for different types of taxes
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