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but I will ask it anyway.
I was reading an article about bond funds, and it said that middle tax-bracket investors should stick with taxable bond funds, and high-bracket investors should go with tax-exempt bond funds (munis).
The article did not explain this strategy.
Could someone explain it to me? Why wouldn't tax-exempt bonds be appropriate for all investors?
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