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Easy, but wrong. There is no way to get into the ball park. There is an unknown amount of gain that will taxed at ordinary rates. Whatever this amount is, it will reduce your capital gain or increase your capital loss. Only the MLP knows what this amount is.
ah but the missed the 2nd half. with the loss carry over. I have quite a bit of that but not enough to cancel out the return of capital that is going to be taxed.
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