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DEFINITION of 'Tax Efficiency'

An attempt to minimize tax liability when given many different financial decisions. There is a wide variety of tax-efficient vehicles, including tax-efficient mutual funds, irrevocable trusts and tax-exempt commercial paper.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Tax Efficiency'

Choosing the best tax-efficient investment can be a daunting task for those with little knowledge of the different types of products available. The best decision may be to contact a financial professional to determine if there is a way for you to make your investments more tax efficient.

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