op456op writes,Conversely MF's, in a taxable account, generally have yearly capital gains, some even short term. That's true of actively-managed funds, but many/most index funds manage to limit capital gains distributions.For example, Vanguard's Index 500 fund hasn't had an annual short or long-term capital gains distribution since 1999, and the one's before that were all less than 1.00% of asset value.http://www.bogleheads.org/wiki/Vanguard_500_Index_Fund_tax_d...intercst
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