capital gains for each transfer. I can then add $13000 to our taxable account to buy something new and hopefully just as good as KMR was to us. I see the Fidelity form for doing this but will telephone and get some help filling out the form so I don't screw
but I am still unsure about possible tax situation. I've read that KMR will continue to accumulate tax free until sold in the years to come, then I was told the holders of KMR stock would face the dreaded tax man this year due to the KMI change
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)?
Hi Cliff, I'm in a posting mood today. I was wondering your thoughts on OKE now that we have seen this KMP, KMR ,KMI soap opera. No K-1s and its existence might have better odds of it still being around and not getting canabalized. G'hopper
shares of KMI with “cash in lieu” for the fractional shares. However, as of Dec 2, Fidelity shows that they converted all KMR into KMI shares at 2.4849 shares with no cash in lieu. So I ended up with fractional shares in every lot of KMI that resulted
release. The deals are done and expected to close on November 26. Of votes cast, those in favor were: KMI: 99% KMP: 95% KMR : 97% EPB: 99%. For KMP, that meant 64% of total outstanding units voted in favor of the transaction. Chairman and CEO
risk. It's a little less dependent on future growth than Energy Transfer is. And lastly, [TICKER: KMR ] Kinder Morgan Management ( KMR ). There, the financial profile is also very aggressive, similar to Energy Transfer, which we think
estimates of $98.50 for KMP and $99.40 for KMR . These fair value estimates reflect the terms ..... 40 fair value for KMI, and shareholders of KMR would receive 2.4849 shares of KMI for each share of KMR , equating to $99.40 at our $40 fair value
I'm looking for opinions on adding to present position in KMR which will become KMI when the merger is complete or buying KMI now. Is there any advantage to either of these? I appreciate all reponses......Thanks, Dave Allison
MLP ETF? I am looking to buy and hold and don't really care to file a K1. I owned EPB and continue to still own it until the KMI / KMR deal is done so it will turn to a C-Corp. I like the looks of AMLP but a ER of 8%? is that a typo?