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Author: irasmilo Big gold star, 5000 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 121312  
Subject: Re: EPD in 401K Date: 3/24/2007 3:21 PM
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I am hoping someone can help me with this...
I purchased shares of Enterprise Products Partners L.P. and hold them in my 401K account. I believe all stock dividend and interest income held within a 401K is not taxed until distibutions are made. Further, I do not believe that gains or losses are noteworthy until the time of distribution.
I am puzzled, because I received a Form 1065 K1 from EPD, and I don't know what to do with it. Do I ignore it because it resides in my 401K, or do I report it?
Thank you for your help!


Basically, you can ignore it. However, there is a catch. There should be an entry on the K-1 labeled "Unrelated Business Income". If that number exceeds $1000 in any year from all of your 401(k) investments, your 401(k) will have to file a 990 Tax Return.

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