Fidelity’s municipal-bond funds are worthy of note.
What to Look for When Investing in Municipal Bonds
Featuring solid muni funds and index equity offerings, these portfolios are appropriate for investors' taxable accounts.
Low-cost bond funds like Vanguard GNMA, Fidelity Intermediate Muni Income, and Dodge & Cox Income can provide much-needed diversification to an equity-heavy portfolio, says Morningstar's Russ Kinnel.
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Morningstar's Eric Jacobson runs the gamut with some of his favorite fixed-income funds, including ideas for core, short-term, multisector, high-yield, and muni exposure.
Here's a way to pick up a bit of yield in your portfolio while keeping a lid on volatility and taxes.
Consider the tax implications before adding a muni investment to your portfolio.