The fiduciary rule has been the biggest catalyst for industry change in years.

An enormous amount of energy, time and money has been expended fighting for and against it. Still more effort has gone into complying with the regulation. Now that the president is moving to undo it, the question naturally arises: Does that make all the planning and work firms did worthless?

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