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Robert A. Friedman

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Robert Friedman is a partner in the Tax Department whose practice focuses on representing clients in all facets of corporate and partnership related tax matters. In particular, Robert provides tax advice on public and private mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, divestitures, private equity fund formation, financial products and electric and gas utility tax issues.

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Summary of the Biden Administration’s Fiscal Year 2023 Green Book Tax Proposals

On March 28, 2022, the Biden Administration released the Fiscal Year 2023 Budget, and the “General Explanations of the Administration’s Fiscal Year 2023 Revenue Proposals,” which is commonly referred to as the “Green Book.”  The Green Book summarizes the Administration’s tax proposals contained in the Budget. The Green Book is not a proposed legislation and each … Continue Reading

The Biden Administration Re-Proposes to Tax Carried Interests as Ordinary Income

On March 28, 2022, the Biden Administration proposed to tax “profits” or “carried” interests as ordinary income and impose self-employment tax on income and gains from these interests for certain partners in investment partnerships. The proposal is identical to the proposal made by the Administration last year. Under current law, a “carried” or “profits” interest in … Continue Reading

The Biden Administration Proposes Changes to the Taxation of Real Property

On March 28, 2022, the Biden Administration proposed changes to the taxation of real property. Restrict Deferral of Gain for Like-Kind Exchanges under Section 1031 The Biden Administration has proposed to limit the gain that can be deferred under a like-kind exchange of real estate under section 1031 to $500,000/year for individual taxpayers (or $1 million/year … Continue Reading

The Biden Administration Proposes Changes to the Taxation of Cryptocurrency Transactions

On March 28, 2022, the Biden Administration proposed certain very limited changes to the taxation of cryptocurrency transactions. The proposals do not change the current treatment of cryptocurrency as property for federal income tax purposes, and do not address any of the fundamental tax issues that cryptocurrency raise. I. Apply Securities Loan Rules to Digital … Continue Reading
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