Faced with big tax bills for the first time since 2000, investors in 2005 flocked to tax-efficient funds, according to a Wall Street Journal report.

Despite sluggish stock returns, many investors have burned through the tax credits rolled over after losses in the most recent bear market and are clamoring to control their tax bills.

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