Merrill Lynch of New York will introduce a gift tax-free family of funds designed for college saving investors, the company announced last week.

The new funds are funds of funds and part of the company's "529" plan which refers to the tax code that exempts investments made on a beneficiary's behalf from gift taxes.

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