What is everyones experience with companies or ETFs that issue a K-1 tax form? I have owned these before in tax free IRA so I never had to deal with them come taxtime.I am particularly using commodity ETFs like DBA, DBO, DBC, UNG, KOL among others that are use future contracts on the commodities rather that actual posession.I have read horror stories of having a trading loss, yet getting a K1 form for capital gains and interest.I'm not worried about the extra paper work, my tax lady will deal with that. I just don't want to get the short dirty end of the stick with the tax man.Aloha,Cory
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