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I think if I sell only enough to keep it under $1k, each year then send it to my other taxed account I will be able to keep the IRA tax problem small and hit the under 1K.

I'm confused. Your original post said With your limited partnership position being in an IRA, you are currently receiving a K-1 and a 990-T for Unrelated Business Taxable Income

If your IRA had to file a 990-T, you were over the $1000 limit for 2019, so you didn't succeed at 'sell only enough to keep it under $1k, each year'. Were you trying to limit it for 2019? Did you not understand that there was a limit, or did you just mess up and sell too much, even though you knew there was a limit, or something else? How are you planning on managing the UBTI in the future? How are you going to be adjusting each year for the additional ROC that you are getting in dividends, even though you may not know how much of the dividend you got already this year may be ROC until after you get your K-1 the year after the sale?

AJ
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