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Old 20.04.2020, 15:29
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Re: Tax Tips prior to investement

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thanks...

so, again to be simplistic, are there any types of investments (bonds, equities, etfs etc) which are any more or less tax efficient ?

(i'm assuming here the answer is 'no' but I've learned the hard way it's better to ask dumb questions before making a decision)
If you don't do many trades it is better to buy and sell stocks (that they don't give dividends or they give very little) therefore get capital gains that are tax free.

Then again it depends on your total income. If you don't have salary income then you may want to get some dividends.
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