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What are the tax implications of exchanging one fund for another in a tax-sheltered account?

What are the tax implications (if any) for exchanging one fund for another in a tax sheltered account (Roth IRA)? e.g. Changing from, say, a Life Strategy Fund to a Target Retirement fund.
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Vanguard fund, Roth IRA, and 1099

About a week ago, I opened a Roth-IRA and purchased a Vanguard life strategy fund (VASGX), made the contribution for 2013 Tax Year. I should get q 1099, correct? How long does this normally take?
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Are capital gains tax-free in a Vanguard tax-free fund?

I own shares of the Vanguard New York Long-Term Tax-Exempt Fund (Admiral Shares)(VNYUX). I'm wondering exactly what is tax-free about it. The link says that the "interest income" is tax-free ...
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Growth of unrealized gains in tax-managed index funds

Tax-managed index funds defer capital-gains distributions by, among other things, offsetting capital gains with losses and deviating from their underlying indexes to avoid having to sell appreciated ...
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Question about Tax Information from a Prospectus

I've been studying the prospectus for a Vanguard Index fund that I'm invested in, and I'm confused as to what percentage and what taxes I will end up paying. When the prospectus's tax information says ...
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Opened a Vanguard brokerage account. What do I need to keep track of for next year's taxes?

I know opening the account will not impact me for this tax season, but next year since I opened the brokerage account taxes will be a little different. What do I need to keep track of while I'm ...