Tax Cost Ratio

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Definition

The Tax Cost Ratio shows what percentage of a security's return investors paid in taxes due to distributions. It is shown as an annual figure.

For example, if a fund has a Tax Cost Ratio of (5Y) of .9%, it means on average investors lost .9% of their assets in taxes each year over the past 5 years.

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