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No reporting nightmares because you're just taking distriibutions*, which would be taxable for a regular IRA, but are tax-free for a Roth. Any stocks sales would NOT be reported at all on schedule D, as they are in taxable accounts.

*I think there's a place on the 1040 to report distributions from IRAs, with regular IRA distributions carrying over to the taxable income column, but Roth distributions not being carried to the taxable column.
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