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The MLP distributions received in a taxable account are tax free.

My experience is the distributions are reported on Schedule E, where you can deduct depreciation, oil depletion, and a wide variety of other things. So often no tax is due this year. However, you also reduce your cost basis. So ultimately your distribution is taxed at capital gains rates (assuming you manage to sell at a profit).
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