The Department of Labor's final conflict-of-interest rules usher in a new era for retirement investors and the advisors who serve them. The financial services industry, including RIAs, will need to adapt.

RIAs, even those who do not manage employer-sponsored retirement plans, should understand they are subject to the new rules if they service IRAs or advise individual investors on the roll-over of retirement plan assets. So now that the final rule is out, RIAs have several issues to consider.

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