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Accounting & Taxes

How are capital calls treated for tax purpose?

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Dec 05, 2023
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Dec 06, 2023
Capital calls are not typically treated as taxable events. They represent the contribution of committed capital from limited partners (LPs) to the fund, which is then used for investments or to cover ongoing expenses. This is a transfer of capital rather than income or profit, so it does not generally trigger a tax liability. However, any gains or income generated from the use of that capital in investments could potentially be subject to tax. Always consult with a tax professional for specific advice.

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