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Keep More of What Has Been Earned

The cost of annual taxes can quietly "eat away" at net returns, and erode investment earnings. The earlier investors invest tax-deferred and the longer they remain invested, the more their money can have the opportunity to compound over the years without a tax drag.

Why Does This Matter?

Investing tax smart allows investors to compound growth and potentially reduce their tax burden.

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Invest Tax Smart

Hypothetical Scenario:
Investments:

$100,000

Assumed Rate of Return:

6%

Federal tax bracket:
Duration:

$374,532

$574,349


The tax-deferred
difference:

$199,817

After taxes without tax-deferral:

Based on an investors tax bracket, if they were to be taxed annually, they would have $374,532 after 20 years.

After taxes with tax-deferral:

If investors were to invest in a tax-deferred product, they would have $574,349 after 20 years.

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