The Investment Company Institute is suggesting some modifications to a proposed Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service rule that would ease tax burdens for funds investing in derivatives. Swaps, which are “notional principal contracts,” would be exempt from Section 1256 tax treatment, which would require mark-to-market accounting, inducing volatility in the income being taxed. Currently,....

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