BOSTON-Provisions within the Pension Protection Act that allow 401(k) plan administrators to offer investment advice to participants at first had many abuzz with the possibilities of marketing add-ons to plan sponsors and building longstanding relationships with employees.

But when it comes to advice, many 401(k) administrators now find themselves biting their tongues.

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