Natural Resource Partners L.P. is a diversified natural resource company that owns interests in oil and gas, coal, aggregates and industrial minerals across the United States. A large percentage of NRP’s revenues are generated from royalties and other passive income. In addition, NRP owns an equity investment in Ciner Wyoming, a trona/soda ash operation, owns non-operated working interests in oil and gas properties and owns VantaCore, a construction aggregates business, making NRP one of the top 25 aggregates producers in the United States.
NRP is headquartered in Houston, TX.
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Appropriate information is provided on the Form K-1 to file the necessary returns. You should contact your tax adviser regarding applicable state income taxes. The partnership owns assets in all of the states listed below. Each of these states currently impose a personal income tax. You may reach the appropriate state tax websites by clicking on the appropriate link below.
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In addition NRP owns assets and generates income in Florida, Texas, Washington and Wyoming none of which currently impose personal income taxes.Does the partnership have unrelated business taxable income(UBTI)?The partnership does have UBTI making this investment not suitable for IRA’s and regulated investment companies.May this security be held by non-U.S. persons?While the security is not prohibited from being held by a non-U.S. person, any distributions to non-U.S. persons will be reduced by withholding tax at the highest effective tax rate applicable to individuals, and non U.S. unitholders will be required to file federal income tax returns and pay tax on their share of our taxable income.May I invest in NRP through my individual retirement account (IRA)?While investing in NRP through an IRA is not prohibited, it may not be advisable. Under certain circumstances, due to unrelated business taxable income, the income may be taxable to the unitholder even though it is held in an IRA. Before investing in NRP through an IRA it is advisable that you speak with your tax adviser.
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