Mutual Fund Fee Disclosure Weighed

Fees paid to mutual funds can eat into the returns, but investors often don't know how much they're paying in expenses. House legislation would require mutual fund companies to tell consumers how much they're paying for each $1,000 of investment. NPR's John Ydstie reports.

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