With the market experiencing volatility and an environment of reduced growth, one asset manager sees an opportunity to dust off and promote long-standing tax-managed funds to advisors. But it says that doing so will first require an educational effort about tax strategies on the part of asset managers.

Russell Investments' annual advisor survey found that more than half of advisors reported increased tax burdens on their clients last year, but their conversations about managing taxes on investments actually decreased.

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