The new president made many campaign promises that most people thought were typical political hot air. He is barely two weeks in office and has stunned the world by acting quickly and following through on his word.
Will his latest decision, made in a presidential memorandum, eventually scuttle the requirement that all advisers working on retirement plans act in a fiduciary capacity for their clients? That appears likely, so what will that mean for advisers?
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