The Hartford Mutual Funds has introduced level-load shares for its 10 mutual funds, paying brokers both an up-front and a trailing commission.

The fund company, a unit of Simsbury, Conn.-based Hartford Life, already offers funds with front-end and back-end loads, as well as institutional shares that do not carry sales charges.

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