While we all know that taxes can eat away at the long-term growth of investments, do you know just how much you’re paying? For individuals in the highest tax-brackets, taxes could reduce their total annual investment return by almost 2% a year or more. Yet there is a way to reduce your tax burden.
In this four-minute video, we explain how incorporating tax efficiency into your investment approach can help you keep more of what you earn on your investments. Learn the strategies Wipfli Financial uses for our clients to maximize their after-tax returns. After all, it’s not necessarily about what you earn — but it is about what you keep. Contact us to learn more about tax-efficient investing and our investment philosophy.
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