It’s not easy being an adviser in today’s retirement marketplace. On top of existing pressures, the Department of Labor’s fiduciary rule means that advisers can expect additional scrutiny over fees. So how can you prepare for these industry changes?
One mistake is to assume that you can reduce fiduciary liability by foregoing active funds for the lower-cost provider. In fact, that strategy can have the opposite effect.
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