Tax-efficient asset management confronts investors with a traditional asset allocation problem—how much of each asset to hold—and also an asset location problem. The traditional asset allocation problem concerns how much you should put into bonds. But taking account of taxes means having to figure out how much of your bonds you put in tax-deferred accounts versus taxable ones. Taxes also affect asset prices, a fact that can be exploited by a savvy tax-exempt investor.
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