WASHINGTON - The Office of Thrift Supervision plans to cut by 40% the financial information savings institutions have to report each quarter.

Under a proposal published in Thursday's Federal Register, the quarterly Thrift Financial Report - the thrift equivalent of banks' call report - will shrink to 493 lines from the current 818.

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