DEBORAH TAEID

ASSOCIATE

Deborah Taeid advises clients on a wide variety of international, federal, state and local tax matters. She focuses her practice on counseling clients on domestic and cross-border investments and business transactions. These include matters related to business formation, financing and reorganization, as well as mergers, acquisitions, partnerships and joint ventures. Deborah also represents hedge funds and private equity funds on structuring, launch and operation.

Practices

Education

New York University School of Law (J.D., 2015)

Brandeis University (B.A., 2011)

Bar Admissions

2016, New York

Insights

Hedge Funds – Tax Issues and Planning to Consider Before Year-End 2019

December 17, 2019

Year-end has always been a time for tax planning and we send our clients and friends our year-end tax planning newsletter on an annual basis. Similar to the end of 2018, there does not appear to be significant tax legislation on the horizon. Also, there are still many unanswered questions regarding the 2017 Tax Cuts…

Certain Fund Managers May Be Required To File TIC Form SHL By August 30, 2019

August 21, 2019,

Fund managers may be required to file Treasury International Capital (“TIC”) Form SHL, Report of Foreign-Residents’ Holdings of U.S. Securities, Including Selected Money Market Instruments (SHL (2019)) by August 30, 2019, based on the fair value of certain U.S. securities determined as of June 28, 2019, issued to foreign persons. This newsletter focuses on the…

Kleinberg Kaplan Attorneys Featured in Law360 Article on Largest First-Half Hotel M&A Deals

July 23, 2019

Kleinberg Kaplan attorneys were recently featured in Law360‘s article on the Largest First-Half Hotel M&A Deals. Kleinberg Kaplan’s contribution includes the $420 million venture with GFI Capital Resources Group (“GFI Capital”) and Elliott Management Corporation (“Elliot”) to acquire the Parker Hotel in New York. Kleinberg Kaplan acted as counsel to both GFI Capital and Elliott.…

Proposed Regulations May Substantially Mitigate CFC Tax Issues for Funds – Certain Funds May Want to Issue Amended 2018 K-1s

June 20, 2019,

The Internal Revenue Service issued proposed regulations on Friday, June 14th, addressing various aspects of the controlled foreign corporation (“CFC”) rules, including with respect to global intangible low-taxed income (“GILTI”) and, significantly, who is a 10% or more shareholder for inclusion purposes regarding subpart F income and GILTI income. Among other things, the proposed regulations…

Tax Planning for Losses

December 26, 2018,

This newsletter is a brief follow-up to our recent year-end tax newsletter. Click here for our year-end newsletter. Since our 2018 year-end newsletter was distributed, the stock market has been very volatile and decreased significantly (although the market was up a lot today, December 26th, fortunately). Many funds may have significant unrealized losses. This newsletter…

Hedge Funds – Tax Issues and Planning to Consider Before Year-End

December 5, 2018

Year-end has always been a time for tax planning and we send our clients and friends our year-end tax planning newsletter on an annual basis. Unlike the end of 2017, there does not appear to be significant tax legislation on the horizon, although there still could be some changes enacted in 2019, including some potential…

Potential One-Time Opportunity Today For Federally Deductible Charitable Contribution With A Credit Against State And Local Taxes -Check Must Be Mailed Today, August 27th-

August 27, 2018

The Internal Revenue Service and Treasury issued proposed regulations on August 23rd which are proposed to be effective beginning tomorrow, August 28th. As such, the proposed regulations offer a potential opportunity, which expires today, August 27th, in which to make contributions to a state charitable fund to potentially receive a charitable deduction for federal tax…

New Connecticut Tax on Pass-Through Entities — Impact on Hedge Funds and Hedge Fund Managers

June 12, 2018,

On May 31, 2018, Connecticut enacted the “Act Concerning Connecticut’s Response to Federal Tax Reform”. Among other things, the Act imposes a 6.99% tax on certain pass-through entities (which, prior to the Act, were not subject to any Connecticut entity-level income tax). This tax may have significant implications for fund managers and other businesses with…