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I have another question on Form 4952. What do I input on Line 5? Instructions say:

"Investment expenses are your allowed deductions, other than interest
expense, directly connected with the production of investment income.
For example, depreciation or depletion allowed on assets that produce
investment income is an investment expense."

If I have only stocks and shares including an MLP (EPD - Form 1065) do I have any such Investment Expenses? If I input zero I may be overestimating Net Investment Income (Line 6) but so long it is much larger than Interest Expense (Line 3) should it not be okay?

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