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Does anyone have a link to an article on taxable LTBH strategy vs. qualified retirement accounts taxed as ordianry income when withdrawn? I am certain that one of the junior editors at the WSJ had such an article in the last 12 months but can't find it on search. The theory was more apt with older investors rather than the youngest of the working crowd. The idea was relatively simple: Buy and hold and be taxed on 5% annual withdrawals primarily at capital gain rates vs. ordinary tax rates. Anyone have an idea on their own about such strategy?

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