REITs are often an ideal choice for a retirement account, even if the account is taxable, Matt Krantz writes in a finance column for USA Today. "Putting REITs in your taxable account will just force you to pay the tax on the income at your current tax rate in the tax year you receive it. It's not a deal killer, especially since owning REITs will give your overall portfolio lower risk," he said.

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