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Subject:  Tax Strategies Date:  3/13/2000  1:21 PM
Author:  twopeas Number:  31635 of 127753

In a recent Fool column, I came across a discussion referring to portfolio allocation: tax-advantaged vs. taxable (i.e. Foolish Four not recommended for tasaable portion of your portfolio because they are annually turned-over and subject to capital gains).

What exactly is meant by the "portfolio terms" tax-advantaged vs. taxable? Also, since I am self-employed and fund my own SEP, is this my tax-advantaged portion?
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