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I guess you can forecast incentive income based on page 12 of that 'accrued incentives, net of associated incentive income compensation expense'.

Which is 999,923

Understanding this is a moving target
And not currently realizable?
Or do they give you that somewhere?

Our funds record as accrued incentives the incentive income that would be paid to us if the funds were liquidated at their
reported values as of the date of the financial statements. Incentives created (fund level) refers to the gross amount of potential
incentives generated by the funds during the period. We refer to the amount of incentive income recognized as revenue by us as
segment incentive income. Amounts recognized by us as incentive income are no longer included in accrued incentives (fund
level), the term we use for remaining fund-level accruals. Incentives created (fund level), incentive income and accrued
incentives (fund level) are presented gross, without deduction for direct compensation expense that is owed to our investment
professionals associated with the particular fund when we earn the incentive income. We call that charge “incentive income
compensation expense.” Incentive income compensation expense varies by the investment strategy and vintage of the particular
fund, among other factors.
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