Talk:Soft dollar

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Do not merge[edit]

I disagree that soft dollar and soft money should be merged. In the BCRA, they made it very clear what "soft money" is. The word soft dollar was never mentioned. User:

I agree that the pages should not be merged. From the description of soft dollar in this article, they appear to be different concepts. —Lowellian (talk) 06:10, May 21, 2005 (UTC)

Estimates of transaction costs being between 1.25 and 1.65 cents per share[edit]

I couldn't find any reference to research supporting the claim. The only source I could locate that mentions it is already cited (it's an SEC comment letter from William George), but it just mentions this as a "fact" without further referencing specific body of research. So this is a dubious statement, unless further evidence supporting it is found. I'm marking it as such. cherkash (talk) 16:22, 13 August 2013 (UTC)