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The Latest Update on the Fiduciary Rule

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The Latest Update on the Fiduciary Rule While you have been watching the recent volatility in the stock market or the latest political drama unfolding in Washington, you may have missed the latest news on the Department of Labor fiduciary rule that we have been periodically writing about for several years.  On March 15, the fifth U.S. Circuit Court of…

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Implementation of the Fiduciary Rule is moving at a snail's pace.

Another Potential Delay in the Fiduciary Rule

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It is starting to sound like a broken record: the future of the Department of Labor’s fiduciary rule is once again in question.  Shortly after the first phase of the regulation went into effect on June 9th, the Department of Labor (DOL) submitted a proposal that would delay the full implementation date from January 1st of 2018 to July 1st,…

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The Depart of Labor's Fiduciary Rule is likely to be delayed for at least 180 days from its planned April 10th implementation.

Department of Labor Fiduciary Rule Likely Delayed

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The Trump administration has hit the ground running since taking office in late January, moving at a tempo more reminiscent of a nimble business rather than the plodding pace of past administrations.  One of the results of this swift action is that the Department of Labor Fiduciary Rule will likely be delayed from its anticipated April 10th implementation date. On…

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