PALM DESERT, Calif. The SEC is considering proposing that mutual funds be required to disclose more than they currently do about the effect of taxes on investment performance.

The agency is not yet sure whether and what it will propose, said Paul Roye, the director of the SEC's Division of Investment Management. But, SEC Chairman Arthur Levitt has made review of the issue a high priority for the SEC, he said.

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