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Taxes

Retirement Taxes

Do tax-exempt investments pay more or less interest than taxable investments?

Generally, tax-exempt investments pay less interest than their taxable counterparts. In order to estimate the tax consequence and compare to a tax-exempt against a taxable investment, subtract your current federal tax bracket from 100, and then divide your tax-exempt yield by this number, giving you the equivalent taxable yield of your taxable investment.



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