One of President Donald Trump’s first moves after being inaugurated was to issue a directive to delay the implementation of the Department of Labor’s fiduciary rule, originally set to go into effect April 10 for 180 days.

Many observers expect that the rule may be dumped or watered down enough to be meaningless. But that doesn’t mean that advisers should forget about the idea of becoming fiduciaries in their client relationships.

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