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Allocations Made in Accordance With Partners' Interests in the Partnership


Does tax law define these interests?

Although there is a universal importance when it comes to partnerships to make allocations in accordance with partner's interests - tax law doesn't seem to do well in regards to defining those interests. This white paper reviews three different situations in which allocations should be made in accordance with partners’ interests.



Bradley T Borden

Bradley T Borden

Brooklyn Law School

  • Professor of law at Brooklyn Law School
  • Advise, consult, and work as expert witness on matters related to partnership and real estate taxation
  • Have spoken at hundreds of seminars, conferences, and other professional gatherings on matters related to partnership and real estate taxation
  • Written over 100 articles in law reviews and professional journals related to partnership and real estate taxation
  • Wrote multiple books, including Taxation and Business Planning for Partnerships and LLCs (Aspen Publishers, 2017) and LLCs and Partnerships: Law, Finance, and Tax Planning (Wolters Kluwer, 2019)
  • Member, ABA Section of Taxation, NYSBA Tax Section, American Bar Foundation, American College of Tax Counsel
  • J.D. and LL.M. degrees, University of Florida; B.B.A. and M.B.A. degrees, Idaho State University
  • Can be contacted at 718-780-7550 or [email protected]

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