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I posted this on Ask a Foolish Question board and was refereed to you fine Fools:

My employer offers only mutual funds or cash for our 401(k) investments. I have all of my money in one mutual fund. From that mutual fund I have received dividends, short-term capital gains, and long-term capital gains form that mutual fund.

When I rollover my 401(k) into an IRA, will all the money from my mutual fund be treated the same? That is, once I start to draw the money out during retirement will my money be taxed at one rate or will I have to account for the capital gains and such?

Thanks for all your help,

Casey
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