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No specific number-crunching ideas here, but the general advice I remember getting was that people in lower tax brackets would be better off paying the taxes on the higher-yielding funds and people in the upper brackets would do better in the tax-exempt ones. Good luck -

Dawn (escaped from California, where they're trying to tax everything that moves, including the Internet)
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