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The Securities and Exchange Commission has just decided to spare small, Internet-based asset allocation companies the burden of having to register in all 50 states. Instead, firms that meet a handful of narrow requirements will be allowed to register with the SEC. The new rule is expected to save such companies, which are registered investment advisors, considerable time and expense.

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