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Old Today, 01:03 AM
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Default taxes on REITs

I just noticed that there has been a significant change in the income tax for REIT dividends. Starting in 2018, there is a 20% discount on REIT dividends. This makes REIT dividends very similar to qualified stock dividends.

On account of that, I'll be moving all my REIT investments from IRAs to non-IRAs. Unfortunately, I should have done this last year.
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