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I see that index funds are encouraged in fool.com's survey of 401k's. Why would one have a very tax-efficient vehicle in a tax-deferred account? Wouldn't it be better to have index funds outside the 401k and have funds that have higher turnover and short-term capital gains in the 401k?

Thank you for your response.

rlar
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