Rare good news from the DOL (yes, about retirement investing)
Retirement plan participants can now have guaranteed lifetime income for a portion of their nest egg, while also securing long-term appreciation and capital preservation.
Emergency request to block fiduciary rule filed in Texas court
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and industry groups suing the Labor Department over its fiduciary rule in a Texas court have filed an emergency request asking a judge to stop the rule.
DOL issues temporary enforcement policy on fiduciary rule
Field Assistance Bulletin sets out policy if Labor fails to delay rule’s applicability date before April 10.
DOL proposes 60-day fiduciary rule delay
The Department of Labor has released a proposed rule to extend for 60 days the applicability date of its legislated fiduciary standard.
Trump nominates Acosta as Labor secretary
President Donald Trump wasted little time in naming R. Alexander Acosta on Thursday as his new Labor secretary nominee.
Warren Says DOL Website for Wells Fargo Removed
U.S. senator asks the agency for status of probe into bank; website was to allow bank workers to report illegal activity.
NAFA responds to the DOL's proposed fiduciary rule exemption
'No industry of this size can turn on a dime,' Chip Anderson warns.
DOL releases fresh fiduciary rule FAQ for investors
The Department of Labor on Friday released the second batch of frequently-asked-questions with guidance on its fiduciary rule.
Hoping for a Regulatory Miracle
Many advisors would love some common sense to be exercised in 2017 with respect to the DOL's fiduciary rule.
The DOL fiduciary rule's future remains murky
Assistant Secretary of Labor Phyllis Borzi refuses to concede that the fiduciary rule faces certain death as a Republication senator tells her agency to halt implementation.