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Subject:  UBIT Date:  12/6/2017  5:13 PM
Author:  itch Number:  95 of 111

Hi, I'm new to MLP investing and have a question. I understand the preferred way to invest in MLPs is in a taxable account. However my only investable funds are all in IRAs. My question is , if I invest $20,000.00 or less in an MLP within my IRA, is there any way of knowing if that invested sum would exceed the $1000.00 allowed amount of UBIT and thus trigger the requirement to file and pay tax ? Hope I made sense. Thanks, itch
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