One of the most tedious, but important, tasks within any mutual fund company is the mind-numbing number crunching of tax accountants.

While the task may not seem glamorous, it portends a mutual fund's ability to realize a desired gain or loss on the sale of a security, calculate the precise income payable to shareholders, and even assure that the fund continues to qualify as a registered investment company.

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