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Are Your Investments Overinflating Your Tax Bill? It’s Time to Fix That

Taxes are inevitable – or at least it seems – but that doesn’t mean you need to pay more than what’s actually due.

Unfortunately, each year many people send Uncle Sam a larger check than is required, not so much because they are feeling particularly generous toward the federal government, but because they don’t get the kind of macro tax-planning investment advice that they need.

When it comes to your investments

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