Many financial advisors with high-net worth-clients like to tout their investments as being “tax-efficient” and will work with clients to set up their portfolios to minimize tax liability.
Although that is fine in principle, the approach loses a lot of that efficiency if those efforts attract an Internal Revenue Service audit.
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