Direct indexing offers a strategic pathway to realign assets within or between investment portfolios, focusing on the precise timing and method of adjustments to avoid unnecessary tax implications.
Unlike more rigid investment structures, this approach provides the option to transition individual securities, allowing for a more nuanced handling of capital gains and losses. This enables you to carefully select which assets to sell or transfer, minimizing potential tax liabilities during transitions.
For example, selling securities that carry unrealized losses can offset gains elsewhere, creating a more tax-efficient realignment process. Furthermore, the unique structure of direct indexing facilitates greater transparency and control, so transitions can be executed in line with your broader financial strategy, preserving wealth and maintaining consistency with long-term goals.