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I'm trying to get into a long term investment vehicle that I can invest in via dollar cost averaging. I'm thinking that either an S&P 500 index fund or SPDR's are the way to go, but I don't understand if there is a difference between the two with respect to distributions/dividends that could impact my tax bill at the end of the year. (My intention is to re-invest.)

Any guidance?


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