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Tax Tips prior to investement

I'm thinking of putting some money (lets say 100k chf for arguments sake) into some investments (yep, I know that's vague)

Before doing that.. and ignoring pensions and 3rd pillar.. are there any tax tips which mean it's better (from a tax perspective) to put in money in any particular investment type.
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