Millennial-Centric Retirement Policy, Fiduciary by any other name, and Why the latest Fiduciary Rule fee move shouldn’t surprise you.
The DOL’s Assistant Secretary reveals how she and her staffed learned from initial attempts and why it led to a much stronger Conflict-of-Interest Rule.
Any regulation that requires 10 pages of explanation for every page of regulation is bound to have something good, something not-quite-good-enough, and something not-so-good.
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“Advisors who don’t assume a 3(38) or 3(21) fiduciary position are unlikely to have an investment role.”
Ron Rhoades explains how and why we lost the fiduciary standard and why that might be a good thing for bona fide fiduciaries.
“MEPs are less susceptible thanks to their size and their often use of multiple providers.” “MEPs really are a great solution for employers, especially small employers.”
Who really owns your retirement fund, Fiduciary Rule coming to a head and stupid investments.
Post IRS, can DC be trusted with Fiduciary? Meanwhile, pop culture tries to define Fiduciary as there appears to be something strange brewing in the markets.
A rising market leads to sunshine, happiness and the comforting feeling that everything will be all right. Read this if you’re not fooled into complacency.