The Department of Labor issued new regulations that aim to broaden access to personalized investment advice for workers engaged in retirement savings plans.

Under the new rules announced Monday, the Labor Department's Employee Benefits Security Administration is granting a limited exemption for advisors to offer fiduciary advice to participants of a plan from which the advisor receives additional fees.

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