Now that the Department of Labor's controversial fiduciary rule is set to become the law of the land, some CFPs are trying to tamp down concerns about how disruptive it will actually be.

On a conference call hosted by the Financial Planning Coalition, a handful of CFPs argued that the new rule will entail only a modest administrative burden and nominal costs, and won't materially affect the way they do business or serve clients.

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