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Yeah, funds like this are a bear to figure out tax-wise when you sell them . . . unless you take all your dividends, cap gains, etc. in cash rather than in accumulated shares. I generally avoid owning funds in my taxable accounts, but if I must, then I opt to take cash payouts. So much easier!
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