How retirement investors can protect themselves — even without a fiduciary rule
A court may have blocked implementation of the fiduciary rule, but retirees can still protect themselves.
I’m referring to the Department of Labor’s rule that, until it was blocked in mid March by a U.S. appeals court, would have legally bound brokers and advisers who handle retirement accounts to act in the best interests of their clients when they receive any compensation.
Hulbert, Mark, "How retirement investors can protect themselves — even without a fiduciary rule" (2018). In the News. 2721.