Archive for the ‘Fiduciary Rules’ Category

Impact On IRAs From Appeals Court Striking Down Department Of Labor’s Fiduciary Rule

March 19th, 2018

Here’s the latest article from Adam Bergman that first appeared on – On March 15, 2018, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals vacated the Department of Labor’s (DOL) fiduciary rule in a split decision, overturning a Dallas district court that was unwavering in its support of the rule. By a 2-1 vote, the appellate […]

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The Fiduciary Rule In Flux – The Impact On IRA Vs. 401(k) Plan Investments

February 28th, 2017

President Trump’s decision to delay the implantation of President Obama’s fiduciary rule, which was in the works for almost six years, put’s a pause on a framework that would have regulated the investment advice given to 401(k) plans and IRAs equally. Obama’s fiduciary rule aimed to protect retirement savers from bad advice and keep more […]

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Protecting Your IRA Without The Fiduciary Rule

February 8th, 2017

Here’s the second article from dealing with the fiduciary rules – Now that President Trump has rescinded the fiduciary rule, what exactly does that mean for IRA investors?  The fiduciary rule, developed by the Obama administration, aimed to protect retirement savers from bad advice and keep more money in their pockets. It also sought […]

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Trump, The Fiduciary Rule And Your IRA

February 7th, 2017

Here’s the first of two articles written by Adam Bergman at about President Trump’s plan to rescind the fiduciary rules – On February 3, 2017, President Trump announced that he will use a memorandum to ask the labor secretary to consider rescinding a rule, better known as the fiduciary rules, set to go into […]

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