Advisers for President Bush decided late last week upon a proposal for restructuring the private accounts his administration wants to create in Social Security, but it's likely that Wall Street's profits from such a plan will be thin.

Under a plan recommended to Bush, the Associated Press reports, the private accounts would resemble many company-sponsored retirement plans, with just a handful of investment options.

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