Origin Insights #20: What is a K-1? | How do waterfalls work?

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What is a K-1 and How is it Used for Taxes in Private Real Estate?

K-1 Investor Tax Benefits and Partnership Distributions Explained

A K-1 is the tax form prepared for each individual investor in a private partnership. We know the form may appear complicated so we break down the most commonly asked questions.

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What are Private Equity Waterfalls, Clawbacks & Catch-Up Clauses?

What are Private Equity Waterfalls, Clawbacks & Catch-Up Clauses?

Waterfalls, clawbacks and catch-up clauses are terms used in private investing to define how distributions flow from the investment to investors. Learn more about these structures to ensure the interests of your investment manager are aligned with your own interests.

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