There are two components to a TIPS: the interest, and the inflation adjustment to principal.I assume that the interest will be reported on a 1099-INT, and taxed accordingly.How is the principal reported and taxed? Is it taxed as interest, or as a capital gain?Thanks,WendyCross-posted to Tax Strategies Board
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