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While you're on the subject, I filed my 2011 taxes before receiving that MLP special thingy I now know is one of the hassles involved with this kind of investment. As it only listed something about an appx. $2300 depreciation value. I haven't filed an amended return. I figure it is my loss if I fail to do so and not the IRS's. But am I wrong here?

jackie
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