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Hedge Fund Tax 101 and K-1 Boot Camp

Event : Hedge Fund Tax 101 and K-1 Boot Camp

Thu, 30/01/2014  
Conducted by : Financial Research Associates
Contact : Kathie Eberhard

Financial Research Associates’ Hedge Fund Tax 101 and K-1 Boot Camp, taking place January 30-31, 2014 in New York City, will help funds of all sizes and strategies ensure absolute efficiency and compliance. Attend day one, day two, or gain an optimum level of tax prowess and attend both days!
 
Subscribers of Global Fund Media are entitled to a 10% discount. Mention FMP115 during registration to enjoy this offer

 
Top Reasons to Attend:
Comprehend all of the latest tips, tricks, techniques, and methods for solving basic tax and K-1 issues
Ensure that you have the right skills in place to not only be in compliance with the many tax rules but are also executing the right strategies to promote efficiency
Learn from some of the best in the business
Get line-by-line guidance on the K-1s
Have some of the industry’s most celebrated experts answer your specific tax questions
Receive practical, working examples that will make your tax plan more efficient
Grow your network with other industry tax professionals
Earn up to 16 CPE Tax Credits
Bottom line… Come away with an assortment of tax and K-1 basics that will contribute to the most effective tax plan possible! 

View the conference brochure here 
 
Subscribers of Global Fund Media are entitled to a 10% discount. Mention FMP115 during registration to enjoy this offer. For more information, please contact Kathie Eberhard at 704-341-2439 or keberhard@frallc.com
 


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