ETFs once again experienced record inflows in 2021, but are there things to consider outside of their tax-related benefits? In this session of Peer to Peer, we invite you to join us for a conversation that takes a look at ETFs in tax-deferred accounts. While the benefits the ETF structure can bring to the table in taxable accounts are well known, some advisors are also making the switch from mutual funds to ETFs in tax-deferred accounts. We explore the “how” and the “why” in this panel discussion with Rafia Hasan, Matt Weir, and Ben Johnson.
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