Taxable Bond Fund Suggestions
I am 29 and thus far I have been 100% in stocks in my taxable account. I have a lump sum I would like to invest and I plan to re-balance my asset allocation that way. I would like a 15% allocation towards bonds. However, since bonds are generally not good to keep in taxable I am looking for tax efficient bond funds. To be clear, I have no desire to mix the asset allocation between my taxable and retirement accounts (for the sake of simplicity as well as possible early retirement - meaning I will most likely be drawing down from my taxable account far sooner than from my IRA), so please don't suggest to just buy more bond funds in my retirement account.
Right now I'm looking at the following fund:
iShares National AMT-Free Muni Bond ETF
Would this be good enough, or should I diversify more? Thanks for any help you can give!
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