Dividend equities from master limited partnerships (MLPs) may be a step ahead of regular dividend stocks. This is due to three factors, not the least of which is that MLPs are financially stronger and more reliable. The ability to outperform inflation and generate a passive income stream that may come in helpful after retirement are two of these factors. MLPs are high-yielding corporations that outperform the market average. They get tax advantages since they are taxed differently than corporations. MLPs return 80-90 percent of their capital to investors and disperse 10-20 percent of ordinary revenue.
Insider Monkey takes a look at the 10 tax-advantaged MLPs with high dividend yields. Blackstone Inc. is a hedge fund and alternative asset manager. On our list of tax-advantaged MLPs with high dividend yields, the company is ranked 10th. Blackstone has risen 72.64 percent in the last six months and is up 89.71 percent for the year. On the list of tax-advantaged MLPs with high dividend yields, the company is ranked 9th. Ares Management Corporation has risen 41.23 percent in the last six months and 57.26 percent in the last year. The company’s revenue was $478.36 million, which was $28.89 million higher than expected. Brookfield Renewable Partners L.P. is an energy and utility firm focused on renewable energy. North America, Colombia, Brazil, Europe, India, and China are the company’s primary markets. It is ranked 8th among the tax-advantaged MLPs with high dividend yields on our list. Apollo Global Management, Inc. has risen 17.57 percent in the last six months and is up 21.73 percent for the year. The company is ranked seventh. Brookfield Infrastructure Partners L.P. is a utility holding company with interests in utilities, transportation, midstream, and data. It is based in Hamilton, Bermuda, and ranks 6th on our list of tax-advantaged MLPs with strong dividend yields. For more details, click 10 Tax-Advantaged MLPs With High Dividend Yields.