If it is any help, the 401K in my company has a Trustee, and the K-1 I received was sent to the Trustee FBO (For the Benefit Of) me, at my mailing address, where I get all my statements.That is a great help, and addressed to the trust is as it should be.I wonder if I need to communicate with EPD to advise of this situation, or if it is better to just let sleeping dogs lie.No need to contact them.I do remember reading how this investment was different than owning a typical equity, but I sure don't remember reading anything about my little issue. I gather it is not an everyday occurance for this kind of stock to be residing within a 401-K? I guess most 401-K's have nothing but mutual funds, but when I started with my current company, I insisted on the creation of a 401-K that could be self directed. For the past 12 years I have bought and sold nothing but individual stocks (and one LP by the name of EPD) in my 401-K, and this is the first time I have ever received anything to report on my yearly return.At whatever point in the distant future I decide to sell my EPD holdings in my 401-K, I wonder if I will have any special reporting requirements?Since all this is going on within the 401(k) you don't need to worry about anything other than UBI. As for the $1,000 threshhold, it's arbitrary, just like everything in tax law.Phil
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