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H.R.2834 To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to treat income received by partners for performing investment management services as ordinary income received for ..., 110th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Jun 22, 2007 Referred to the House Committee on Ways and Means.

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    • argyabusador: queen of mean plus another news from the lousy ... - December 29, 2008 by argyabusador - Congressional analysts haven’t yet released an official estimate on how much tax revenue the Levin proposal, H.R. 2834, would raise. But one academic, the University of Pennsylvania’s Michael Knoll, has just calculated that the ...

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      As noted by argyabusador on December 29, 2008, "Congressional analysts haven’t yet released an official estimate on how much tax revenue the Levin proposal, H.R. 2834, would raise. But one academic, the University of Pennsylvania’s Michael Knoll, has just calculated that the ..." (http://argyabusador.blogspot.com/2008/12/queen-of-mean-plus-another-news-from.html)
    • Paul Weyrich :: Townhall.com :: H.R. 2834 - Proposed Tax Increase? - August 24, 2008 by TownHall Latest columns - TITLE: Columns by HR 2834 - Proposed Tax Increase? , AUTHOR: Paul Weyrich, CATEGORY: Editorial Column by Paul Weyrich on Townhall.com, GENRE: Editorial Columns, HOST: www.townhall.com, BIO: Paul M. Weyrich is Chairman and CEO of the ...

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      As noted by TownHall Latest columns on August 24, 2008, "TITLE: Columns by HR 2834 - Proposed Tax Increase? , AUTHOR: Paul Weyrich, CATEGORY: Editorial Column by Paul Weyrich on Townhall.com, GENRE: Editorial Columns, HOST: www.townhall.com, BIO: Paul M. Weyrich is Chairman and CEO of the ..." (http://townhall.com/columnists/PaulWeyrich/2007/07/19/hr_2834_-_proposed_tax_increase)
    • K.K.R. Digs Deeper to Keep Tabs on Washington - Mergers ... - July 27, 2008 by DealBook - The first bill in the House of Representatives, H.R. 2834, would force buyout shops to pay ordinary income tax rates on profits from their investments, instead of the lower capital-gains tax of 15 percent. The “carry,” as it is also ...

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      As noted by DealBook on July 27, 2008, "The first bill in the House of Representatives, H.R. 2834, would force buyout shops to pay ordinary income tax rates on profits from their investments, instead of the lower capital-gains tax of 15 percent. The “carry,” as it is also ..." (http://dealbook.blogs.nytimes.com/2008/07/28/kkr-digs-deep-to-keep-tabs-on-washington/)

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    • Tax Update: Tax Code Simplification, Eliminating AMT and Middle ... - September 16, 2007 by Helicopter Association International, VA - A recent hearing highlighted private equity managers, and the House tax package could include a measure, HR 2834, that would tax more of their pay as ...

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      As noted by Helicopter Association International, VA on September 16, 2007, "A recent hearing highlighted private equity managers, and the House tax package could include a measure, HR 2834, that would tax more of their pay as ..." (http://www.rotor.com/Default.aspx?tabid=510&newsid905=56299)
    • Rangel Hunting for $1 Trillion in Tax Offsets - September 16, 2007 by Congressional Quarterly, DC - A recent hearing highlighted private equity managers, and Rangel’s package could include a measure ( HR 2834 ) that would tax more of their pay as ordinary ...

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      As noted by Congressional Quarterly, DC on September 16, 2007, "A recent hearing highlighted private equity managers, and Rangel’s package could include a measure ( HR 2834 ) that would tax more of their pay as ordinary ..." (http://public.cq.com/docs/cqt/news110-000002584796.html)
    • Private Equity: Time is of the Essence - September 13, 2007 by American Enterprise Institute, DC - Meanwhile HR 2834, introduced by Sander Levin (D-Michigan), is even more onerously inclusive; it would increase the rate to 35% for all firms in the private ...

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      As noted by American Enterprise Institute, DC on September 13, 2007, "Meanwhile HR 2834, introduced by Sander Levin (D-Michigan), is even more onerously inclusive; it would increase the rate to 35% for all firms in the private ..." (http://www.aei.org/publications/filter.all,pubID.26804/pub_detail.asp)
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