Passthroughs tax

Helping passthroughs with tax-efficient planning

Deborah Fields

Deborah Fields

Partner in Charge, Passthroughs Group, Washington National Tax, KPMG LLP (U.S.)

Tax management for unique passthrough structures

Are you equipped to manage the unique tax challenges as you make transactional, structuring, and compliance decisions as a passthrough?

KPMG LLP's Passthroughs practice can help. We have the people, technology, and industry experience to support the needs of partnership and passthrough entities.

People that make a difference

Working with our Washington National Tax team, we have extensive experience helping numerous partnership structures realize certain tax efficiencies and maintain compliance by adding clarity to:

  • Modeling
  • Transactions
  • Entity formation structuring
  • Tax planning
  • Legislative and regulatory developments.

Technology that increases efficiency

KPMG Asset Management Platform helps passthrough entities manage passthrough taxes while increasing efficiency and transparency. This proprietary technology helps streamline passthrough tax planning, compliance and reporting by helping your company:

  • Automate tax management processes
  • Organize, analyze, and maintain large volumes of data
  • Ultimately avoid errors and backlogs.

Industry focus that digs deeper

Drawing on our distinct breadth and depth of industry-specific tax and regulatory knowledge, and our experience in international, federal, state, local and cross-border tax trends, we can address industry-specific issues and specialty areas that include:

  • Private equity 
  • Hedge funds
  • Energy and credits
  • Real estate and REITs.


Insights from KPMG

The 199A Deduction

April 8, 2019 | In this Q&A in Wolters Kluwer Federal Tax Daily, Tom West provides a background of the 199A deduction and what taxpayers might need to know about it.

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IRS Memo Suggests Expanded Role For Appeals Within the Partnership Audit Procedures

April 12, 2019 | KPMG's Greg Armstrong discusses recent IRS guidance that indicates the IRS Office of Appeals will play a larger role in the new partnership audit procedures under the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015. The author concludes that although further guidance is needed, the memorandum is an important first step.

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Section 199A Videos

Four videos that help make the regulations easier to understand

Final Section 199A Regulations

February 7, 2019 | Webcast replay