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My thinking behind this question is that if the
dividends were automatically reinvested, because I would be using a ROth IRA account, I wouldn't have to pay taxes
on them. Is my thinking correct?

You do not pay taxes on the dividends.

I do not see a big deal with the 10.00 diff if you are a long term holder which you probably are if you want to reinvest dividends.

You can have two IRA's. You just can not contribute more than 2,000 in total to all of your IRA's each year.
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