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Lowenstein on Carried Interest
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Roger Lowenstein has a Bloomberg column taking aim at the tax laws for managers of partnerships:

Managers of private-equity funds, and of other investment partnerships, enjoy an undeserved exception. The performance fee they charge investors, typically 20 percent of profits, is treated as a capital gain and taxed at the lower rate. This makes no economic sense; an outside investor has the same incentive to participate regardless of the tax paid by the manager. It makes sense only if you are Henry Kravis and prefer to pay less.

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Roger Lowenstein on Oliver Stone's Wall Street
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Roger Lowenstein has a column up at Bloomberg News accusing filmmaker Oliver Stone of displaying "hatred of America and of capitalism" in his new movie "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps." I saw the movie earlier this week and have a similarly low opinion of it that I hope to write about as soon as I get some time.What interests me about Mr. Lowenstein's column, though, is the way that it entirely leaves off the hook Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. and its 20th Century Fox, which issued the film.

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Lowenstein on Carried Interest
futureofcapitalism.com

Roger Lowenstein has a Bloomberg column taking aim at the tax laws for managers of partnerships:

Managers of private-equity funds, and of other investment partnerships, enjoy an undeserved exception. The performance fee they charge investors, typically 20 percent of profits, is treated as a capital gain and taxed at the lower rate. This makes no economic sense; an outside investor has the same incentive to participate regardless of the tax paid by the manager. It makes sense only if you are Henry Kravis and prefer to pay less.

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Roger Lowenstein on Oliver Stone's Wall Street
futureofcapitalism.com

Roger Lowenstein has a column up at Bloomberg News accusing filmmaker Oliver Stone of displaying "hatred of America and of capitalism" in his new movie "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps." I saw the movie earlier this week and have a similarly low opinion of it that I hope to write about as soon as I get some time.What interests me about Mr. Lowenstein's column, though, is the way that it entirely leaves off the hook Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. and its 20th Century Fox, which issued the film.

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