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I posted this to the FF folder and am posting it here looking for more opinions. I want to use FF/RP4 investing, along with another strategy, such as the Rule Maker Portfolio, to fund both a Keogh and a taxable account in roughly equal amounts. I've been told the FF should go in the Keogh to minimize capital gains taxes. I'm 35, and have a while until retirement. Any other advice or thoughts? Thanks and a happy New Year to all.
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