deferred tax



I recently invested in a Mutual Fund Real Estate Trust
Company, with my dividends re-invested. I just learned that
50% of these dividends are tax deferred and the other 50%
are subject to regular taxes. The Company tells me that the
tax deferred amount and the regular taxable amount will be
separated on my 1099 next year. I don't like tax deferred
systems. A tax deferred system is where you eventually pay
the piper and it is hanging over you head constantly. That
is why I never invested in a regular IRA (I invested in a
Roth IRA). Is there any way that I can pay regular taxes on
the tax-deferred part? If so, how exactly would I do it?
Thank you very much.


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