SEC examiners reviewing RIA practices this year plan to take a close look at the types of products and advice advisors are offering to retail investors planning for retirement, according to the commission's compliance division.

On Tuesday, the SEC's Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations released its exam priorities for advisors, broker-dealers and transfer agents in 2015, focusing much of the discussion on issues involving retail investor protection and saving for retirement.

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