While mutual funds tend to incur more capital gains year over year, ETFs minimize capital gains until shares are sold. Not only are ETFs liquid and low cost, but they’re also tax efficient.
A blog post from American Century Investments notes that deferring annual capital gains allows more assets to remain invested and possibly compound at a higher rate. ETFs may be ideal for investors looking to manage their annual tax bills.
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