Thinking About Taxes
The purpose of tax-efficient investing is to help increase your assets’ after-tax value.
How can tax planning affect the way I invest?
Your strategy—how much of various asset types to own—depends on your financial goals, risk tolerance, and other factors. But how you get exposure to each asset class, the type of account you put it into, and how you trade it can make a big difference tax-wise.
- Your investment strategy depends primarily on your financial goals, not your tax rate.
- How you implement your strategy makes a big difference.
- The account types you use to hold your assets can affect your tax burden.
All investing involves risk including the possible loss of principal. There is no guarantee any strategy, including a tax-managed strategy, will be successful.
Wells Fargo and its affiliates are not tax advisors. Be sure to consult your own tax advisor before taking any action that may involve tax consequences.
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