Taxes are a top detractor from overall portfolio performance. Your financial advisor can help you implement strategies to make your investments more efficient.
The Case for Tax Management
Scenario 1: Tax-Managed Portfolio
As part of an on-going tax management strategy, your financial advisor will consider opportunities to manage, defer, and reduce taxes to potentially improve your returns.
Scenario 2: Tax-Loss Harvesting – How It Works
Tax-loss harvesting is a strategy of using investment losses to offset taxable gains in other areas of the portfolio.
Scenario 3: Short-Term vs. Long-Term Gains
Over $170,000 difference in after-tax profit by waiting 1 day to avoid short-term capital gains tax
Investors Will Face Losses – Make the Most of Them
Talk to your financial advisor about putting these strategies to work for your portfolio
1 Rey Santodomingo, Andrew Subkoviak, Tax-Managed SMAs: Better Than ETFs?, Parametric Whitepaper, September 2020
Investing involves risk, including the possible loss of principal. Past performance does not guarantee future results. Asset allocation cannot eliminate the risk of fluctuating prices and uncertain returns. There is no guarantee that a diversified portfolio will outperform a non-diversified portfolio. No investment strategy, such as asset allocation, can guarantee a profit or protect against loss. Actual client results will vary based on investment selection, timing, market conditions, and tax situation. It is not possible to invest directly in an index.
Investments in equities, bonds, options, and other securities, whether held individually or through mutual funds and exchange traded funds, can decline significantly in response to adverse market conditions, company-specific events, changes in interest and exchange rates, and domestic, international, economic, and political developments.
Please consult with a tax professioanl regarding your situation. Tax-qualified accounts, such as IRAs, do not benefit from tax-loss harvesting strategies.
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