Category: Tax Loopholes

Private Equity Loophole

The term “Private equity loophole” often refers to the carried interest loophole in tax law. Carried interest is a share of any profits that the general partners of private equity and hedge funds receive as compensation, despite not contributing any initial funds. This form of income is considered a return on investment and is taxed Read more

Cash Return on Capital Invested

Cash Return on Capital Invested (CROCI) is a financial metric that measures the cash flow a company generates relative to the capital it has invested in its business. It is a valuable tool for investors to assess the efficiency with which a company uses its capital to generate cash returns. Key Concepts in Cash Return Read more