NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- One of the highlights of ETFs that has helped gather popularity for the investment vehicle is their tax efficiency in comparison to mutual funds. Passive management, trading on the secondary market and in-kind redemption by authorized participants are three ways that ETFs can beat mutual funds.However, that doesn't mean investors can buy ETFs without concern for taxes. There are different types of ETFs, with different tax implications, and investors should be informed before they invest.
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