Investing in mutual funds is an easy way to diversify a portfolio, which is one reason why they’re commonly found in retirement plans such as IRAs and 401(k)s. But if you hold such funds in taxable accounts, or are considering such investments, beware of these two tax pitfalls:
If your mutual fund investments aren’t limited to your tax-advantaged retirement accounts, we’d be pleased to help you assess the potential tax impact and suggest ways to minimize your tax liability.
Doeren Mayhew partners with financial advisors at Polaris Greystone to provide our clients with prudent advice to clarify investment objectives, arrive at optimal planning solutions, monitor performance and adapt to strategies as circumstances change. For more information, contact us.
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