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Subject:  Re: index funds in a 401K Date:  4/2/2000  10:36 AM
Author:  rlar Number:  7236 of 26295

Perhaps, I wasn't clear. I am asking about tax implications and whether it would be better to have index funds outside of a tax-deferred accounts rather than inside a 401k or an IRA etc. Index funds are very good vehicles and because they are tax efficient, are they better to use outside these accounts?

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