I’m beginning to see how much of a huge tax hit I’m taking on capital gains distributions on several mutual funds that I’m invested in, inside of my non-retirement accounts.

When I ultimately go to sell these funds, will my capital gains tax take into account the years of taxes that I’ve paid on unrealized capital gains distributions? Other than paying on unrealized gains yearly, will it all be a wash in the end, or am I paying all this extra tax for “nothing”?

I’m thinking of changing over to ETF’s in my non-retirement accounts to avoid paying taxes on unrealized gains. Is there any good way to do this w/o taking bit cap gains tax hits?

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