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November 20, 2006


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Investment income that is taxed as capital gains can provide a significant advantage to your returns on an aftertax basis as compared to interest income. This is where the benefits of a tax-advantaged fund structure for your non-registered portfolio can provide big rewards. Unlike mutual fund trusts, which trigger tax consequences any time you switch from one non-registered fund to another, Investors Group Corporate Class™ mutual funds are treated as a single entity for tax purposes.

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