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A tax-evading robo adviser could save you a lot of money

"Tax drag" doesn't sound very pleasant, and it isn't. It's the friction that taxes inflict on your investment returns, robbing you of easy, risk-free additional money you could be making to live on in retirement. Why aren't you making it? Because it means spending time thinking about taxes. And not just taxes, but the even more stultifying topic of tax efficiency. But when you think about amassing more assets for retirement without (a) hoping and praying for higher returns, and (b) having to save even more than you already are, it starts to sound pretty good.
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