Quick, think about using deflated interests in hedge funds for tax-efficient transfers of wealth to heirs
Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner told Congress and the nation on Sept. 10, 2009, that the credit crisis was abating. But before the market fully recovers, individuals holding hedge fund investments should consider acting fast to take maximum advantage of potentially heightened valuation discounts.1 Indeed, discounts for hedge fund interests may be historically large due to their unprecedented illiquidity. That makes this a unique moment to use deflated asset values in hedge funds to transfer ...
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