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ty for the response, good point.

Nope, my shares of enterprise products L.P. are not in my IRA.

I did buy shares of a publicly traded L.P. in my IRA account a very long time ago, before I knew I wasn't supposed to. Held them there for a few years. Sold them once I found out. It was a small amount of money. I never did hear anything from IRS. I converted that account over to a Roth a few years ago.

I'm still stunned that Oklahoma couldn't get passed Rhode Island. So much for my perfect bracket, busted in the first game.
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