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Excerpt: [M]ajor firms such as Merrill Lynch say for now they prefer to stick to the computerized third-party advisory plans that they have been using under a Department of Labor (DOL) exemption to ERISA's 'prohibited transaction' rule, which forbids any activity that would actually result in transactions (i.e., sales of products or services for a fee).
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