WASHINGTON -- In an unprecedented attempt to ascertain the costs of a new regulation, the Federal Reserve Board is planning to survey the banking industry as it begins to wrestle with Truth in Savings rules.

Fed staff members are developing the survey, which will ask about 2,500 banks to log every hour and dollar spent in preparing to comply with the disclosure rules, knows as Regulation DD, which take effect March 19.

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