Does anyone know which column we deduct our total passive losses from on the kmp work sheet, thanks.
I hope someone else here kept the KMP they got via the Copano "exchange" a couple ..... were accumulated in the CPNO K-1s? Has KMP incorporated those data in their final K ..... add the CPNO suspended losses to the final KMP suspended losses to arrive at a new, much
trying to figure out how to do my taxes as regards the sale of my KMP shares. I'd like to ask one basic question at this point ..... distributions I received in total over the years I've owned shares in KMP , in orther words, the amount of deferred taxable income I now
So I bought KMP and held it for about 7 months before the merger closed. I got some distributions, say about $1500 from my shares and I sold
the potential demand for MLP units. To get around this restriction, two companies, Enbridge ENB and Kinder Morgan Energy Partners KMP , have set up separate share classes that pay dividends in the form of partnership units rather than cash
on utility stocks including pipeline operators. The firm ended up owning its first MLP in 1997, when Kinder Morgan Energy Partners , the first major energy MLP, bought one of the firm’s pipeline stocks. At Miller Howard, Mr. Young
were some significant negative numbers for KMP (Harvest) and KMI (Builder). On 3/12/14, Josh sold 140 KMP for $75.00 and 315 KMI for $31.36 ..... was $44,099. If he hadn't sold the KMP , it would have been $48,474 for a
So a bit OT from the normal focus of this forum...can anyone offer some advice on how to input the KMP -KMI consolidation into the M* portfolio manager? With a few different accounts between taxable/Roth/wife/mine variations
I have owned KMP for 4 1/2 years and each year my tax return has mentioned the amount of passive losses in the "partners ..... combined for all years and the losses used to off-set the ordinary income gain realized from sale of KMP . Thanks!
Has anyone had this issue that KMR and KMP are still in their portfolio? How do you convert that to KMI and keep all the statistics (gains/looses/dividends)?