What could be a better present for your most compulsive clients than neatly printed statements showing every dime they have - not just the individual securities, mutual funds and managed accounts, but their 401(k) accounts, 529 plans and checking accounts as well?

This isn't a new, untested concept. Banks and third-party dot-coms unrolled account aggregation programs years ago for modest and wealthy customers, and fund companies have been investing in account aggregation in the past few years.

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