Taxable Account - Bond Investments
My Taxable account is much greater in value than my IRA (Taxable 9 times larger than my IRA).
To provide proper asset allocation, my IRA will hold mostly assets that generate a lot of taxable activity (e.g REIT, Treasuries, etc).
In my Taxable account, it will contain mostly stock funds, but also some bond funds.
My tax bracket is 33%, so I'm considering a combination of Vanguard Muni Funds inside the taxable account (VWIUX, VMLUX, small VWALX).
Any other options that can limit my impact to my tax burden?
If I had to, should Corporate or Treasury bond funds go in Taxable or IRA? (If I had to choose first).
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