Albert Einstein once called the income tax "the hardest thing in the world to understand." At least American investors are in the company of genius.

More than ever before, investors are concerned about the tax implications of investments, yet most remain confused by current tax law and either have unrealistic expectations, or are missing out on opportunities to limit tax liability, a recent survey by Eaton Vance of Boston shows.

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