Fussing over fees has smaller payoffs as some fund's expenses draw nearer to zero.
As the market has soared, so have tax-cost ratios at many equity funds.
In most cases, yes. But there are some interesting exceptions.
Don't assume all index funds are low cost and tax-efficient, and avoid overdiversification and becoming too hands-on, says Morningstar's Mike Rawson.
These funds look better after taxes than a lot of funds before taxes.