First, thanks for all the excellent advice I've received here. As a result of that I now have a very nice plan for my investments that's 50/50 stocks and bonds spread across taxable and tax advantaged accounts. I am having a slight issue with getting all the way there though...
In my tax advantaged account I'm holding my stock funds - total stock market and total international. Dividends are deposited into a money market fund rather than being reinvested.
When I started I was underweight in international and bonds (in my tax advantaged accounts) so I was simply buying more international in the same account. At this point I'm fairly well balanced between domestic stock and international (40/10) and need to buy more bonds. I don't believe I can transfer the money into a tax advantaged account as I'm over the income limits. Should I just buy it in the taxable account and be done with it or are there other options I'm not seeing?
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