ns2,under the new tax law, if you hold any investment less than 18 months, you have a short-term gain and it is taxed at your ordinary income rate. That is, if you are in the 28% tax bracket, you will pay 28% tax on your gain. The only way to get the lower rates is to hold more than 18 months. check out some of the mutual fund homepages such as charles schawb(www.schawb.com), aim (WWW.AIMFUNDS.COM)and mfs(WWW.MFS.COM) for more details on the new tax laws and how they will affect your investments.sincerely,wildbill94
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