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Understanding investment fees and taxes - Solutions For Financial Planning*

Which investment fees qualify as tax deductions?

Working with your advisor to develop an investment portfolio is an important part of creating a life plan that will help you reach your goals. You can choose from a wide range of investment products, including mutual funds, segregated funds and exchange-traded funds (ETFs). And while the objective is to get your money working for you, the reality is that fees will often be involved.

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