MLP's Offer Stability

Partners are protected from liability

MLP's Have Tax Benefits

Tax deductions offer better ROI

MLP's Provide Opportunities

They offer a wider variety of investments


Master Limited Partnerships Are Profitable

Master Limited Partnerships (MLPs) are liquid, publicly traded partnerships which primarily own US energy infrastructure. This includes assets involved in the exploration and production, gathering and processing, and the transportation of oil and natural gas.

MLPs were granted preferred tax status in 1986 to facilitate the development of US energy infrastructure assets such as pipelines and storage facilities.

These long-lived physical assets with significant barriers to entry generate steady cash flows with low associated business risk. The need for infrastructure development drives ongoing investment, cash flow and distribution growth. 

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Master Limited Partnerships

Learn How MLP's Offer the Best Protection for Your Investments

Annual K1


Investors get annual K-1 tax forms, rather than 1099s. MLP dividends technically are distributions, and more than 80% of the industry’s payouts are tax-deferred. The taxed portion is treated as ordinary income, because they aren’t subject to corporate taxes.

Dividends


The dividend’s tax-deferred portion cuts investors’ cost basis in MLP units (aka shares) and is subject to taxes when the units are sold. Many investors avoid these taxes if they hold the units until death and their estates are below the current $5 million inheritance-tax threshold.

MLP FYI


The biggest problem for MLPs is that they pay out nearly all of their cash flow in distributions, making them rely on capital markets to fund projects. This also makes the distributions vulnerable to setbacks. A drop this year in prices for oil and natural-gas liquids has hurt the sector.