Financial advisors' concerns about the Department of Labor's proposed fiduciary rule, taxes and legislative initiatives will be given high priority FPA's second annual Advocacy Day in Washington.
FPA leaders and about 60 members of the association will meet with members of Congress, legislative and government agency staffers, and White House staff members on Wednesday to press their case for issues that affect consumers and financial planners.
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