As mutual fund managers are changing jobs more often its creating a larger tax burden on  investors, according to the Wall Street Journal.

New management can bring about changes in investment strategy, but it can also mean higher taxes for investors who hold a fund in a taxable account. A new manager may be eager to customize a fund and will often sell unwanted holdings inherited from a predecessor.

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