For retirees, distributions from master limited partnerships have obvious appeal.

Thanks to rules set by Congress intending to attract long-term investors -- rather than speculators -- to pay for finding new sources of energy exploration and production, MLPs have the advantage that they don’t pay corporate income tax. As such, they act as “pass-through” entities, passing profits to investors in quarterly distributions.

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