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Originally posted by oldguy
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They say if you can do 2% or more better in your taxable account,


"they" ??

Usually, you can calculate it . Say that company A sells both taxable & tax-free bonds. They may have to pay 7% to sell the taxables and 5% to sell their taxfree. The factor is 7/5. So for $1000 5% the 'net' is $50. At 7%, the gross is $70, so if your marginal tax is less than $20 (28%) you would choose the taxable bond.


Well I didn't mean the choice of taxable vs. tax-free bond, I meant that I read an article stating that if you can make 2% better annually in your taxable account than in your 401k, you should just fund the 401k to the matching minimum. I did actually run the numbers and confirm that.
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